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Pwirsmtg of Toronto 

The Estate of the Late 
Wills Maclachlan, »06 



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Eleventh Annual Report 



OF THE 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
COMMISSION 

OF THE 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31st 

1918 

VOLUME II 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




TORONTO: 
Printed and Published by A. T. WILGRESS, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

19 19 



Printed by 
'HE RYERSON PRESS 



LIBRARY 1 

727478 

UNIVERSilY OF TORONTO 



To His Honour, Colonel Sir John Hendrie, K.C.M.G., C.V.O., 

Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario. ■ 

May it Please Your Honour: 

The -undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour the second volume 
of the Eleventh Annual Eeport of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
for the fiscal year ending October 31st s 1918. . 

Respectfully submitted, 

Adam Beck, 

Chairman. 



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Toronto, Ont., February 25th, 1919. 

Colonel Sir Adam Beck, K.B., LL.D., 

Chairman, Hydro-Electric Poiver Commission of Ontario, 

Toronto, Ontario. 

Sir, — I have the honour to transmit herewith the second volume of the 
Eleventh Annual Report of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for 
the fiscal year ending October 31st, 1918. 

I have the honour to be. 
Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

W. W. Pope, 

Secretary. 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 

OF ONTARIO 



COLONEL SIE ADAM BECK, K.B., LL.D. 
HONOURABLE I. B. LUCAS, M.P.P. 
COLONEL W. K. McNAUGHT, C.M.G. 
W. W. POPE, Secretary. 
F. A. GABY, Chief Engineer. 



vn 



CONTENTS 



OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 

Niagara System. Page 

Notes on Operation 1 

Curve Showing Monthly Increase of Power Loads of Municipalities 2 

Comparative Load Records of Municipalities 4 

Municipalities Connected to Niagara System during the past year 6 

Severn System. 

Notes on Operation 6 

Comparative Load Records of Municipalities 7 

Municipalities Connected to Severn System during the past year 7 

Eugenia System. 

Notes on Operation 7 

Comparative Load Records of Municipalities 8 

Municipalities Connected to Eugenia System during the past year 8 

Muskoka System. 

Notes on Operation 8 

Comparative Load Records of Municipalities 9 

Wasdell's System. 

Notes on Operation 8 

Comparative Load Records of Municipalities 9 

St. Lawrence System. . 

Notes on Operation 9 

Comparative Load Records of Municipalities 9 

Central Ontario System. 

Notes on Operation 10 

Comparative Load Records of Municipalities 11 

Ottawa System. 

Notes on Operation 11 

Port Arthur System. 

Notes on Operation 12 

Rideau System. 

Notes on Operation 12 

Detailed Statement of Assets and Liabilities— 31st October, 1918 13 

Niagara System. 

Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges and 
Revenue; also the net Surplus or Deficit for. each Municipality — 31st October, 

1918 18 

Statement showing " Reserve for Renewals," " Reserve for Contingencies," etc. 24 
Rural Lines 30 

Severn System. 

Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges and 
Revenue; also the net Surplus or Deficit for each Municipality — 31st October, 
1918 34 

Statement showing " Reserve for Renewals," " Reserve for Contingencies," etc. 36 

Wasdell's System. 

Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges and 
Revenue; also the net Surplus or Deficit for each Municipality — 31st October, 

1918 38 

Statement showing " Reserve for Renewals," " Reserve for Contingencies," etc. 40 
Rural Lines 38 

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CONTENTS 



Eugenia System. Page 

Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges and 
Revenue; also the net Surplus or Deficit for each Municipality — 31st October, 

1918 42 

Statement showing " Reserve for Renewals," " Reserve for Contingencies," etc. 44 
Rural Lines 42 

St. Lawrence System. 

Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges and 
Revenue; also the net Surplus or Deficit for each Municipality — 31st October, 
1918 46 

Statement showing " Reserve for Renewals," " Reserve for Contingencies," etc. 48 

Thunder Bay System. 

Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges and 
Revenue; also the net Surplus or Deficit for each Municipality — 31st October, 

1918 50 

Statement showing " Reserve for Renewals," " Reserve for Contingencies," etc. 52 

Muskoka Svstem. 

Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges and 
Revenue; also the net Surplus or Deficit for each Municipality — 31st October, 

1918 54 

Statement showing " Reserve for Renewals," " Reserve for Contingencies," etc. 56 

Central Ontario System. 

Statement of Assets and Liabilities, 31st October, 1918 58 

Municipal Accounts. 

Outline of work of Municipal Accounts Department, with comparative con- 
solidated balance sheets and comparative consolidated operating reports 
for years 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, and 1918 59 



Statement. 



A. Comparative Balance Sheets. 1917 and 1918 64 

Total Plant Cost. 

Total Investment. 

Debt Balance. 

Reserves. 

Percentage of Net Debt to Total Assets. 

B. Condensed Operating or Revenue and Expense Reports for 1918 112 

Population. 

Plant Cost. 

Balance Construction Debt. 

Operation, Maintenance and Administration. 

Fixed Charges, Debenture Payments and Interest. 

Total Operation. 

Total Revenue. 

Surplus. 

Depreciation Charge. 

Surplus, Less Depreciation Charge. 

Number of Consumers. 

Percentage of Consumers to Population. 

Horsepower Peak Taken in December, 1918. 

C. Comparative Detailed Operating Reports for 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917 and 

1918 118 

D. Comparative Statement of Revenue, Number of Consumers, Total Consump- 

tion and Net Cost per Kw-hr. for years 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917 
and 1918 159 

E. Street Light Installations 185 

F. Cost of Power and Selling Rates 194 

G. Lighting Rates in Effect in all Municipalities in 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 

1917, 1918, and Suggested Rates for 1919 200 



SECTION III 

OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 

Niagara System 

An analysis of the conditions on the Niagara System, for the past year shows 
that from a purely operating viewpoint it has been the most remarkable and 
satisfactory period in the history of the Commission. 

The outstanding feature was the absence practically of all interruptions from 
failure of lines and station equipment. Notwithstanding this, the operation of 
the system required constant and very careful attention, involving almost hourly 
readjustment of the load. The primary cause was insufficient electrical energy 
for transmission and the scattered location of munition industries. 

Early in the year the Dominion Government passed an order-in-council 
appointing a Power Controller and vested him with the right of determination 
of war essentials and absolute direction of the supply of all the available electrical 
energy generated by all power companies, including the Commission, required 
for the production of munitions. These industries, which increased month by 
months, were given uninterrupted service. 

From December 23rd to March 1st the available capacity at Niagara Falls 
was decreased by 20,000 horse-power due to the failure of two generators at 
the Canadian-Niagara Power Company's plant. Another failure occurred on May 
28th causing a shortage of 10,000 horse-power for one month. This company also 
experienced considerable loss of output through ice trouble which was unusually 
severe during the winter of 1917-1918. In the summer and fall, however, this 
company maintained a practically continuous supply of 50,000 horse-power. 

The greatest burden of wartime production in the Niagara District and 
Western Ontario, perhaps rested on the Ontario Power Company, which has been 
controlled and operated by the Commission since August 1st, 1917. The generat- 
ing station was operated at the maximum safe overload continuously, and only 
the vital need of power for war munitions justified the overloading mentioned. 
The advantage gained through the unified control of the Ontario Power Company 
and the Commission was strikingly illustrated. 

The weather conditions during the winter of 1917-1918 were unusually severe 
and the operating difficulties experienced as the result of ice trouble were the 
worst in the history of the plant. On account of the ice conditions the output 
was slightly reduced for short periods and owing to the urgent demand for power 
these shortages were felt very acutely, but when the severity of the winter is 
taken into account the operation of the plant compares most favorably with pre- 
vious years. Studies have been made of the ice conditions and precautionary 
measures are being taken to minimize as far as possible the loss of output due 
to ice in the future. 

In view of the load carried, it was not feasible to proceed with some of 
the proposed changes in the physical arrangement of the plant. However, some 
slight alterations were effected which increased the already highly developed 
facilities of the plant for selective switching of the different units to the outgoing 
lines supplying the variable demand. Unfortunately, labor shortage and difficulty 
in obtaining equipment and materials prevented the completion of the No. 3 

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2 ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 49 

pipe Hue in the present fiscal year. Arrangements, however, are complete for 
the temporary installation of one of the new generators, purchased for use with 
the new pipe line, on the floor of the present power house, to operate as a 
synchronous condenser. This will materially assist in reducing the heavy current 
carried by the other generators, by absorbing a part of the wattless component 
of the power delivered, thus increasing the energy output of the plant. 

The period during the past year in which electrical storms occurred extended 
from February 14th to October 6th. On the whole, the storms were probably 
not quite as severe as in some of the previous years. Eight disturbances traversed 
the entire system, of which four were severe and were accompanied by high winds. 
Only one system interruption of a few minutes duration resulted from lightning 
discharges. 

The operation of the 110,000-volt lines during the past year has completely 
justified the confidence which the Commission places in its transmission medium 
of high voltage power. Although some very severe wind and sleet storms were 
experienced, no breaks in the copper or steel reinforced aluminum cables were 
reported. 

The Commission in common with all other employers of labor was handi- 
capped through voluntary enlistment and conscription and the operating staff 
was seriously depleted. This was in a great measure overcome by the purchase 
of trucks and cars for the transportation of maintenance men, patrolmen and 
meter inspectors over the large area to be covered thus enabling the individual 
employee to accomplish much more work in less time. This means of trans- 
portation has proved very successful both with regard to economy and efficiency. 
An important undertaking completed by the Line Maintenance Department 
comprised the removal of the 4/0 straight aluminum cable of both circuits of 
the old tower line between Niagara Falls and Dundas and the restringing with 
6/0 steel reinforced aluminum cable for the purpose of increasing the current 
carrying capacity of these circuits. The old cable, together with some left over 
from the restringing of Section " B " last summer, was shipped to the factory 
for refabrication. Some change was made in the insulators on some of the 
towers on account of the higher stresses impressed by the use of the reinforced 
cable. On account of the increased conductivity and consequent decrease of 
power loss, it is estimated the delivery of power is increased nearly 2 per cent. 
with a corresponding benefit in voltage regulation. 

The two and three quarter mile circuits between the Stratford High Tension 
Station and the Municipal Substation were changed from 13,000 to 26,400-volt 
construction. This work was done by the Commission and paid for by the 
Municipality of Stratford as owner of these circuits. All power from the high 
tension station is now fed at the same voltage with improved operation. 

In practically all cases the Commission had sufficient station apparatus 
installed to take care of the load for 1918. The power factor of some of the muni- 
tion industries was not good and this increased the current loading on the trans- 
formers to overload proportions. This also affected voltage regulation to some 
extent. 

Following present engineering practice the Commission has made progress 
in improvement of voltage regulation by the installation of synchronous condensers. 
Two 4,000-kv-a. units installed in the building adjoining the Toronto high 
tension station were turned over for operation on August 1st. While assisting 
the maintenance of normal voltage this installation has benefited the entire system 
by reducing the idle current borne by the generating units at Niagara, conse- 




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1919 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



quently increasing the capacity for delivery of energy. On December 14th, 1917, 
the output of the Erindale generating station, purchased by the Commission, was 
added to the Niagara System through a frequency changer set installed at the 
Cooksville high tension station. This equipment has been described in detail in 
another report. The hydraulic power at Erindale is limited under present condi- 
tions, so through a portion of the day the 1,000-kv-a., 25-cycle generator at the 
Cooksville Station is operated as a synchronous condenser for voltage regulation 
and for supplying wattless current to the entire system. 

Constant inspection of all equipment was made by the Station Maintenance 
Department along with careful tests of the insulating material used, special attention 
being given to oil filtration to assure the absence of moisture. This department 
has undertaken very successfully the replacement of windings, etc., in trans- 
formers and rotating apparatus, equaling the skilled workmanship of factory 
production to be ha<? under present conditions. In carrying on this class of work 
it became possible to ascertain and call for certain changes in design, of para- 
mount importance from an operating standpoint. 

An important transfer of transformer capacity between high tension stations 
comprised the removal from Toronto Station of seven 2,500-kv-a. units which 
had been replaced by 5,000-kv-a. units, to the Dundas Station. Four 1,250-kv-a. 
units were then removed from Dundas Station and installed in the Guelph 
Station. In addition to the above, one 750-kv-a. unit was removed from the 
Preston Station and installed in the Kitchener Station. These transfers greatly 
increased the margin of available capacity at the stations named. 

The Meter Department, apart from the regular inspection and adjustment 
of the meters and relays, conducted investigations in the field, of a research 
nature, with special reference to protective equipment. Pole type outdoor meter- 
ing equipment was designed and erected by this department to measure the power 
supplied to several of the smaller municipalities. 

The following table gives a comparison of the load of the various munici- 
palities in October, 1917, and October, 1918. It will be noted that on account 
of the shortage of power and consequent restriction the normal yearly increase 
could not be taken care of. 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



Municipality 


Load in H.P. 
Oct., 1917 


Load in H.P. 
Oct., 1918 


Increases 


Toronto 

Dundas 


50,167 

597 

11,622 

65 

53.6 
99 
8,552.5 
22.8 
20.1 
3,075 
146.7 
182.3 
12.3 
348.3 
192 
1,150 
2,466.5 
338 
30 
4,280 
862 
134 
162.2 
153 
1,519 
175.6 
536 
106 
264.6 
396.7 
1,331 
858 
296 
252.6 
167.6 
2,037.5 
70.4 
2,536 
365.5 
67 
754 
933 
334 
184 
30.8 
128.7 
1,509.5 
45 

30 

1,852 
1,972 
130.3 
82.8 
4,183 
4,520 
87.1 
291.6 
14.8 
60.3 
86.6 
43 
10.3 
27.3 
888.7 
142 


56,139.5 
496.5 
12,097.8 
80.4 
55.6 
115.3 
8,427.5 
56.3 
68.3 
2.835 
126.5 
165 
35 
364 
151.5 
949 
2,922.2 
307 
30 
3,827 
792.2 
175.6 
187.6 
142.9 
1,374 
183.6 
564.3 
134.9 
363.3 
382.6 
1,179.6 
870 
718.5 
191.7 
191 
1,843.2 
61.6 
2,694.4 
545.6 
59.6 
791.4 
891.4 
299.4 
174.5 
37.5 
104.5 
2,345.8 
152.8 

46.9 

1,745.2 
2,571 
162.8 
131 
7,177.2 
5,263 
85.8 
279.4 
19.5 
52.5 
134 
46 
10.4 
26 
1,195 
118.3 


5,972.5 


Hamilton 

Waterdown 

Caledonia 

Hagersville 

London „ 


475.8 

15.4 

2 

16.3 


Thorndale 


23.5 


Thamesford 


48.2 


Guelph 




Ontario Agricultural College 




Military Hospitals Commission . . 




Rockwood 


22.7 


Georgetown 


15.7 






Preston 




Gait 


455.7 


Hespeler 








Kitchener 








Elmira 


41.6 




25.4 


Baden 








Mitchell 


8 




28.3 


Clinton 


28.9 




98.7 


St. Marys 








Ingersoll 


12 




412.5 


Norwich . 




Beachville 


23.4 


St. Thomas 




Port Stanley 




Brantf ord 


158.4 




189.1 


Port Credit . . 






37.4 










Mimico 






6.7 


Prov. Brick Yard 






836.3 


Toronto Township 


107.8 




16.9 


Dixie > 


Walkerville 


599 




32.5 


Fergus 


48.2 




2,994.2 


St. Catharines 


743 












4.7 


Plattsville 






47.4 


Ayr 


3 




.1 


Embro 






306.3 


Lucan 





1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



Municipality 



Load in H.P. 
Oct. 1917 



Load in H.P. 
Oct. 1918 



Increases 



Bolton 

Mount Brydges 

Wallaceburg 

Delaware 

Tilbury 

Simcoe 

Waterford 

Lambeth 

Grantham Township 

Dresden 

Dorchester 

Comber 

Burford 

Bothwell 

St. George 

Dutton 

Thamesville 

Blenheim 

Lynden 

Ailsa Craig 

Otterville 

Exeter 

Granton 

Niagara Falls 

Petrolea 

Wyoming 

Ridgetown 

Milverton 

Listowel 

Palmerston 

Harriston 

Tavistock 

Wellesley 

Burgessville 

St. Jacobs 

Stamford Township 

Sarnia 

Highgate 

Forest 

Watford 

Ddblin 

Rodney 

West Lome 

Etobicoke Township 

Hensall 

Dashwood 

Zurich 

Springfield 



96.5 
25.7 

419.5 

8 

66.3 

131.4 

105.6 
18.5 
10.1 
70.6 
14.7 
20 

32.7 
62.5 
30.1 
44.5 
42.2 
81.7 
83.7 
80.4 
13.4 

123.3 
41.3 
,304 

284 
28 

136.3 

189 

184.5 
88.5 
98 

220 

114.6 
35 
72.4 

454.4 
,126 
18.7 
69.3 
49.6 
7.5 
31 

25.5 
97.8 
26.8 
35 
55 
21.4 



71.4 
24.5 

601.8 

7.6 

88.5 

136.7 
99.2 
16.7 
26.8 

197.6 
16 
19.3 
33.5 
50.1 



65.7 

103.2 
42.2 

107.2 
81.2 
51.6 
21.4 

134 
52.2 
2,181 

341.8 
25.7 

120 

253 

292.2 
77.7 
71.3 

251.2 

110 
28.8 
33.5 

349 
1,172 
18.7 

109.3 
40.7 
26.2 
28.5 
27 

169 

174.6 
45.5 
53.5 
19.4 



182.3 
5.3 



16.7 
127 
2.7 



35.6 

58.7 

'si!}' 



8.0 
10.7 
10.9 

iY.k 



64 
107.7 



31.2 



46 
'40*" 

is.Y 
"1.5 

71.2 
97.8 
10.5 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



Municipality 


Date connected 


Initial 
Load in H.P. 


Load in H.P. 
Oct., 1918 


Increases 


Mooreiiefd 


Feb. 22, 1918 . . 


5 

15 
134.6 
10.8 
25.4 
60 


8.4 
28 

129.3 
30.2 
92.5 

138 


3.4 
13 


Drayton 


Feb. 22, 1918 . . 


Ayliner 


Feb. 11. 1918 


Brigden 


Dec. 7, 1917 . . 


19.4 
67.1 

78 


Oil Springs 


Dec. 6, 1917 . . 


Dunnville 


May 21, 1918 . . 







Severn System 

The operation of the Severn System during the past year was attended with 
very satisfactory results. Although the power demand for munitions and war 
supplies on this system was proportionately as great as that on the Niagara 
System, the Commission was not obliged to adopt any system of load restriction. 

In November and December, 1917, a considerable amount of power was supplied 
to the Orillia Commission by parallel operation of the Big Chute and Wasdell's 
Generating Stations. This was during the period that the Orillia Commission 
was changing over their source of supply from the power development at Bagged 
Eapids to the new development with increased capacity at Swift Eapids. During 
the month of January the Wasdell's plant was operated in parallel with the 
Swift Eapids plant to help meet the power demand on the Orillia System, which 
could not be taken care of by the Swift Eapids Generating Station at that time. 

On April 22nd, the short stretch of three phase, 22,000-volt line connecting 
the old tie line between the Big Chute and Eagged Eapids to the Swift Eapids 
Plant was completed and this plant and the Big Chute Plant were paralleled for 
test. Eegular parallel operation was commenced on June 1st between the Eugenia, 
Big Chute, Swift Eapids and Wasdell's Plants and has proved very advantageous 
to both the municipality of Orillia and to the Commission in maintaining good 
voltage and speed regulation, continuity of service and has also permitted the 
transfer of excess capacity from the Wasdell's and Eugenia Plants to the Severn 
System for distribution to the municipalities supplied therefrom. 

No serious failures of the equipment in the power house transmission lines or 
the distribution stations on the Severn Systems were reported. 

At the power house the 66-inch gate valve controlling the No. 3 unit from 
No. 1 penstock was replaced by a butterfly valve. The thrust bearings on all 
units were equipped with water cooling coils with good results. Certain altera- 
tions were made in the metering equipment to take care of the conditions imposed 
by parallel operation. Extensive tree trimming was required along some of the 
transmission line sections, which was carried out during the summer. The ex- 
cessive growth of underbrush along seven miles of the Tie Line right-of-way 
between the Big Chute and Swift Eapids Plants and also along eight miles 
between the Big Chute Plant and the Waubaushene switching station was cleared. 

A new entrance structure was erected at the Big Chute Power House to 
support all high tension and low tensions lines entering and leaving this station. 
A station horn gap line entrance switch was erected in the line entrance to the 
Victoria Harbor Station. Two horn-gap air-break line switches were erected in 
the circuits of the tap line serving the C.P.E. elevator at the junction of these 
circuits with the trunk lines. These switches were erected for sectionalizing 
purposes. 



9000 



8000 



7000 



6000 



5000 



POWER GENERATED FOR 
SEVERN, EUGENIA AND 
WASDELL'S SYSTEMS 



H. E. P. C. 
ONTARIO 



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Drayton 

Aylmer 

Brigden 

Oil Springs . . . 
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1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



Severn System 



Municipality 



Load in H.P. 
Oct., 1917 



Load in H.P. 
Oct., 1918 



Increases 



Midland 


1,088.5 
435.6 
1,986 
487.2 
36.8 
47 
54 
47 

22.7 
34 

28.4 
323 
1,160.1 


1,372.6 

362 
1,808.2 
517.4 
38.8 
110.5 
127.4 
42.2 
20.9 
22.5 
23.8 
287 
1,047 


292.1 


Penetang 




Collingwood 




Barrie 


30.2 


Coldwater 


2 


Elmvale 


63.5 


Stayner 


73.4 


Creemore 




Waubaushene 




Port McNicoll 




Victoria Harbor 




Camp Borden 


.... 


C.P.R. Elevator 










New Municipalities — Severn System 



Municipality 


Date connected 


Initial 
Load, H.P. 


Load in H.P. 
Oct.. 1918 


Increases 


Cookstown 


April 25, 1918 


30 

64.3 
25.7 
45 

31.3 
7 


55.2 
90 

25.7 

98.5 

31.3 

7 


25.2 


Alliston 


May 23, 1918 


25.7 


Bradford 


Sept. 16, 1918 . 




Beeton 


July 26, 1918 


53.5 


Tottenham 


Sept. 9, 1918 




Thornton 


Oct. 16, 1918 











Eugenia System 

The quantity of power delivered to the municipalities of the Eugenia System 
was increased during the year. Continuous service was assured as a result of 
parallel operation of the generating station at Eugenia Falls with the Big Chute 
Power House. 

Certain additions and alterations were completed at the power house to 
facilitate parallel operation and the measurement of the power supplied over 
the Eugenia-Collingwood tie line to the Severn System. Several changes were 
also made in the line entrance structure at the Eugenia Power House. Each 
high tension outgoing line to the Eugenia System and to the tie line is now 
individually provided with standard equipment. Other changes were made to 
accommodate operation pending the completion of the extension to this plant. 

The two-pole line entrance structure at the Collingwood Distributing Station 
was remodelled to improve operating conditions at this station, which is the 
junction point between the Severn System and the Eugenia tie line. Engineering 
and supervising assistance was rendered to the East Grey Telephone Company in 
eliminating trouble on their circuits due to inductive interference from exposure 
to the Commission's transmission line at certain points between Durham and 
Hanover. ... 



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No. 49 



Eugenia System 



Municipality 



Load in H.P. 
Oct., 1917 



Load in H.P. 
Oct.. 1918 



Increases 



Owen Sound 


978.5 
33.5 
75.3 
60.3 

106.2 
15.2 
73 
6.4 
90 

94.7 
94.5 
4.7 
41.5 
41 
55.2 


937 

31.6 

77.4 

62.2 

103 

31.6 

63.2 

6.4 

106.2 

136.7 

119.3 

5.3 

56.3 

131.7 

38.6 




Flesherton 




Dundalk 


2.1 


Durham 


1.9 


Mount Forest 




Chatsworth 


16.4 


Markdale 




Holstein 




Chesley 

Shelburne 

Orangeville 

Homing's Mills 


16.2 

42.0 

24.8 

.6 


Grand Valley » 


14.8 


Arthur 


90.7 


Alton Foundry Co 









New Municipalities 



Municipality 


Date connected 


Initial 
Load H.P. 


Load in H.P. 
Oct., 1918 


Increases 


Hanove r 


Dec. 12, 1917 


261.6 
30 

51.3 
25 

8 


475.8 
37.5 
44.2 

666.2 
9.3 


214.2 


Tara 


Jan. 1, 1918 


7.5 


Elmwood 


Mar. 1, 1918 




Nat. Portland Cement Co 


May 7, 1918 


641.2 


Carlsruhe and Neustadt 


Dec. 12, 1918 


1.3 









Muskoka System 

Continued, improvement characterized the operation of the Muskoka System 
during the past year and excellent service was maintained. 

Adjustments and repairs were carried out for the manufacturer, by the 
Maintenance Department, on the new turbine in the generating station at South 
Falls, to put this unit in good operating condition. This department has also 
installed a water cooled bearing and cooling coil purchased under contract from 
the Canadian General Electric Company, on the main bearing of the 750-kv-a. 
generator installed at this plant. 

Increased accommodation for stores and repair work on account of the isolated 
position of the plant was provided by moving and combining several of the build- 
ings on the power house site. A telephone circuit was erected between Huntsville 
Distributing Station and the office of the Anglo-American Leather Company to 
facilitate operation. 

Wasdell's System 

Good operation was maintained without difficulty on WasdelPs System during 
the past year. Inspection reports indicate that the power house at Wasdell's 
Falls, the transmission lines and the two distributing stations at Beaverton and 
Cannington are in first class operating condition. 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



As the power requirements of the municipalities connected to this system 
were insufficient to load the generating station, the surplus capacity was again 
transferred through parallel operation to the Severn System and was very con- 
veniently utilized. Several improvements of a minor nature were effected in 
and about the power house during the year. 

St. Lawrence System 

The Commission's system on the St. Lawrence River was hampered in ex- 
pansion, to some extent, during the past year, by shortage of power. Although 
the entire output of the M. F. Beach Company's hydraulic plant at Iroquois was 
utilized continuously, it was necessary to operate the Brockville municipal steam 
plant to maintain first class service. An adequate power supply will be guaranteed 
to the municipalities of this system early in 1919 when the Commission's 110,000- 
volt transformer station at Cornwall is made alive from the transmission lines 
of the Cedars Eapids Power Company. 

The Commission's transformer stations and lines are reported in excellent 
operating condition, no failures worthy of mention having occurred. The actual 
operation and maintenance of this system is now directed from the operating 
centre of the Central Ontario System at Belleville for economic reasons. 



Brockville. . . 
Prescott 
Winchester . . 
Chesterville . 
"Williamsburg 



368.5 

191.3 

69.7 

87.8 
21 



327.7 
178.8 

76.4 
140 

22.5 





Wasdell's 


System 






Municipality 


Load iu H.P. 
Oct., 1917 


Load in H.P. 
Oct., 1918 


Increases 


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60.3 
53.6 
68.4 
41.5 
51.2 


72.1 

9.3 
79.7 
54.9 
45.5 


11.8 


Brechin 


Oannington 


11.3 

13.4 


Sunderland 


Woodville 









Muskoka System 




Municipality 


1 Load in H.P. 
Oct., 1917 


Load in H.P. 
Oct., 1918 


Increases 


CJravenh arst 


321.7 

597.8 


319.6 
583 




Huntsville 








St. Lawrence System 


Municipality 


Load in H.P. 
Oct., 1917 


Load in H.P. 
Oct., 1918 


Increases 



6.7 

52.2 

1.5 



10 ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 49 



Central Ontario System 

The growth of the load for a number of years on the Central Ontario System 
has been very rapid and regular and all indications during the past year pointed 
to an increase so great that the available power would have failed to meet the 
demands, even with the assistance of local steam and hydraulic plants at the 
disposal of a few of the municipalities supplied. This condition did not arise, 
however, owing to a disastrous fire in October which destroyed the British 
Chemical Company's plant at Trenton, leaving a considerable quantity of power, 
usually consumed by Trenton, available for distribution at other points of the 
system. The operation has been very satisfactory and promises to continue so, 
as the decrease in power required for the manufacture of munitions will prevent 
a shortage occurring before an additional unit at Healey Falls is available. 

The condition of the high tension lines of the system when taken over by 
the Commission was not sufficiently good to maintain the standard of service 
required of them. The matter of re-insulating all these lines is being considered 
and progress has been made between Belleville and the Canada Cement Company, 
also Belleville and Port Hope. The Fenelon Falls-Lindsay Line has been put 
into first class condition and the regulation and capacity of the Port Hope-Oshawa 
line will shortly be improved by the installation of a synchronous condenser at 
Oshawa. This machine was one of the generators in the old Otonabee power 
house. By some alterations, including the addition of interconnected pole collars, 
it has been put in a condition satisfactory for use as a synchronous condenser 
and when operated as such, will, it is expected, have a beneficial effect on the 
operation of the system as a whole. 

At Peterborough, owing to the increased load taken by the municipality and 
the street railway, and to the fact that the Commission's contract with the Quaker 
Oats Company for the supply of 1,500 horse-power expired July 31st, it was 
deemed advisable to make use of the equipment in the old Otonabee sub-station, 
rather than build a new distributing station until such time as prices became 
normal. This equipment consisted of six 250-kv-a. transformers also one 750-kw. 
transformer owned by the municipality, only one 750-kw. transformer being 
purchased for the station. The line from the Commission's power house to the 
sub-station was rebuilt and one additional circuit of No. 00 copper wire was 
added, giving three circuits in all. The municipality's circuits were transferred 
from the Quaker Oats Company's power house to this sub-station, which is now 
operated as a joint sub-station by ^he municipality and the Commission. The 
equipment of the street railway was also installed in a galvanized iron building 
adjacent to the sub-station, to which one additional motor generator set is now being 
added. The station was put into operation in September. 

New distributing stations at Kingston and Omemee have been operating since 
early in the year with very satisfactory results. 



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Central Ontario System 



Municipality 



Load in H.P. 
Oct., 1917 



Load in H.P. 
Oct., 1918 



Increases 



Belleville 

Bowmanville 

Brighton 

Cobourg 

Colborne 

Deseronto 

Kingston 

Lindsay 

Madoc 

Millbrook 

Napanee 

Newcastle 

Newburg & Camden East 

Oniemee 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Peterboro . 

Port Hope 

Stirling 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Whitby 



513 
140 

90 
522 

80 
355 



1,540 
126 

31 
275 

24 
295 



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1,815 

4,020 

435 

80 

4,800 

127 

260 



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1,106 

70 

523 

75 

322 

1,285 

1,328 

101 

38 

319 

21 

25 

20 

21 

1,559 

3,800 

503 

84 

6,135 

68 

245 



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1,285 



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44 

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278 

20 

3 

256 

225 

68 

4 

1,385 



Central Ontario System 
Comparison of Power Generated — Fiscal Year — 1917-1918. 



Month 



Peak Load H.P. Peak Load H.P. 



1917 



19i 8 



Increase H.P. 



1917 

November I 20, 800 

December i 21 , 700 

1918 

January 21,100 

February 18,600 

March 19,320 

April i 17,500 

May 17,400 

June 17,210 

July 18,200 

August I 20,200 

September ! 21 ,500 

October I 24 , 400 



25,800 
26,100 

23,000 
21,600 
22,600 
24,200 
23,800 
24,600 
23,500 
23,500 
25,100 
25,800 



5,000 
4,400 

1,900 
3,000 
3,280 
6,700 
6,400 
7,390 
5,300 
3,300 
3,600 
1,405 



Ottawa System 

Continued expansion was experienced in the operation of the Ottawa System 
during the past year. The increase in the power requirements of the munici- 
pality exceeded 1,000 horse-power and at least 500 horse-power more will be 
required to meet the demand in the winter months, which will probably total 7,000 
horse-power. The power supply from the Ottawa and Hull Power and Manu- 
facturing Company was continued with the usual high standard with regard to 
continuity of service and operating characteristics. 

The waterworks pumping station at Lemieux Island was initially fed from 
the power company's station at 11,000 volts on November 12th, 1917. The power 



12 ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 49 

required by this utility amounts to approximately 2,000 horse-power. The neces- 
sary meter equipment was installed by the Meter Department to provide graphic 
records of the total load and also a separate graphic record of the waterworks load. 

Port Arthur System 

The* operation of the Port Arthur System during the year was very satis- 
factory. The actual increase in the power taken by the municipality of Port 
Arthur from the Commission's transforming station amounted to 1,600 horse- 
power. 

Several times during the year the Commission was obliged to increase the 
power held in reserve from the Kaministiquia Power Company which now totals 
5,000 horse-power, incidentally reducing the cost of power. The quality of the 
service supplied by the Kaministiquia Power Company was entirely reliable and 
the performance of the Commission's station and transmission lines was all that 
could be desired. 

The erection of a wood pole entrance and switching structure outside the 
transformer station, which was commenced last year was completed and has 
proved very beneficial with regard to selective switching on the high tension lines. 

Additional current transformers were installed in the incoming and out- 
going 22,000-volt lines at the transformer station to provide improved relay 
protection. As a result of this installation it will now be possible to operate 
the incoming lines from the Kaministiquia Power Company's power house in 
parallel, with safety and with improved regulation. The oil system at this station 
has been extended and improved. The old type of chemical filter was removed 
and the standard type of filter press has been installed. Additional oil storage 
has been provided and oil piping was installed to increase the flexibility of this 
system. During the summer all insulating oil in the transformers and oil switches 
was thoroughly filtered and the switches overhauled mechanically. 

Rideau System 

The first step toward placing the Rideau System in operation was made 
on September 15, 1918, when a portion of the system consisting of the 26,400-volt 
transmission line between Merrickville and Smith's Falls and the transformer 
station at Smith's Falls was tested out and made alive. 

The Commission's only source of supply at the present time is the Eideau 
Power Company at Merrickville. Power is generated by this company at 600 
volts and stepped up to 26,400 volts for transmission. The quantity of power 
held in reserve will be adequate to meet the immediate demand when the local 
hydraulic plants at Smith's Falls and Perth are paralleled with the supply from 
Merrickville. The present peak load of this system amounts to 450 horse-power. 
To provide for the rapid growth expected the development of High Falls was 
undertaken. Construction work is now under way. 



DETAILED STATEMENT 



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ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges 

the year ending 



Municipality 



Rate 

per Average 

Horse Horse 
Power Power 
Collected 



Cost of 
Power 



Operating 
Mainten- 
ance and 
Adminis- 
tration 
Expenses 



Interest 



Total 
Expenses 



Toronto . . . 
Port Credit 
Weston . . . 
Brampton . 
Milton 



Mimico 

Mimico Asylum & Brick 
Btobicoke Township . . 

New Toronto 

Toronto Township 



Woodbridge 

Bolton 

Dundas . . . 
Hamilton . . 
Waterdown 



Caledonia 

Hagersville 

Lynden 

Guelph 

Ontario Agric. College. 

Military Hospital Com. 

Acton 

Rockwood 

Georgetown 

Blora 



Fergus . 
Preston 
Gait .... 
Hespeler 
Breslau 



Kitchener 

Waterloo 

New Hamburg 

Baden 

Wellesley 

Petersburg & St. Agatha 

St. Jacobs 

Elmira 

Stratford 

S-eaforth 



Dublin 

Mitchell . . , 
Clinton . . . 
Goderich . 
Palmerston 



14.50 
27.00 
30.00 
22.00 
28.00 

27.00 
29.00 
27.00 
27.00 
25.00 



33.83 
43.00 
14.00 
14.00 
26.00 

24.00 
33.21 
33.00 
20.00 
23.00 

24.00 
36.00 
38.00 
36.00 
33.97 

33.97 
19.00 
20.00 
21.00 
12 00 + 
K.W.H 

20.00 
21.00 
32.00 
32.00 
39.96 



32.44 
38.00 
27.00 
38.00 

47.91 
36.00 
42.00 
43.00 

40.82 



56,591.2 

58.6 

741.4 

819.1 

298.1 

168.7 
143.7 
134.4 
1,880.8 
136.6 

91.4 

100.8 

2,094.3 

12,329.1 

78.4 

57.4 

109.5 

73.8 

2,999.1 

139.2 

176.2 
187.6 
39.9 
340.1 
165.7 

113.4 

975.4 

2,529.9 

331.5 

28.9 

4,055.1 
827.3 
171.8 
176.4 
123.6 

15.6 

71.3 

152.9 

1,489.2 

571.8 

26.9 
165.2 
116.6 
323.2 

84.4 



$ c. 

500,027 97 

517 78 

6,550 85 

7,237 40 

2,633 95 

1,490 60 
1,269 70 
1,187 53 
16,618 35 
1,206 97 

807 59 

890 65 

18,504 80 

108,937 35 

692 72 

507 18 

967 52 

652 09 

26,499 42 

1,229 94 

1,556 86 
1,657 59 
352 55 
3,005 05 
1,464 09 

1,001 98 

8,618 43 

22,353 67 

2,929 07 

255 35 

35,830 02 
7,309 85 
1,517 99 
1,558 63 
1,092 11 

137 84 
630 01 

1,351 00 
13,158 26 

5,052 31 

237 68 
1,459 67 
1,030 25 
2,855 73 

745 65 



68,040 44 

301 21 

2,422 68 

2,566 07 

1,452 51 

727 05 
609 53 
621 13 
7,045 12 
701 63 

647 74 

881 71 

3,656 08 

19,295 40 

597 25 



11 



379 21 
,022 45 
978 70 

,774 63 
528 13 



715 93 
1,217 99 

474 48 
2,420 39 
1,373 18 

962 72 
3,574 93 
9,699 83 
1,451 82 

486 60 

13,461 89 

2,909 60 

1,223 31 

1,013 79 

898 20 

153 26 

641 27 

1,135 28 

6,815 23 

3,630 40 

432 02 
1,176 33 
1,435 65 
2,995 53 
1,143 87 



113,218 18 

221 76 

2,746 01 

2,604 32 

2,030 87 

649 64 
822 36 
517 55 
8,745 43 
486 96 

763 31 

1,552 17 

2,702 80 

17,238 24 

544 52 

263 44 
1,182 45 

990 09 
7,142 97 

373 70 

515 55 
1,047 40 

482 46 
2,882 01 
1,575 33 

1,135 83 
2,850 58 
8,100 49 
1,201 03 

960 7 



1,983 10 
2,590 76 
1,183 24 
1,036 39 
1,209 17 


358 85 

527 89 

1,280 40 

6,453 31 

4,195 91 


1 
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4 
1 


368 99 
,083 73 
,293 27 
,752 38 
,078 21 



$ c. 

681,286 59 

1,040 75 

11,719 54 

12.407 79 
6,117 33 

2,867 29 

2.701 59 
2,326 21 

32.408 90 
2,395 56 

2,218 64 

3,324 53 

24,863 68 

145,470 99 

1,834 49 

1,149 83 
3,172 42 
2,620 88 
45,417 02 
2,131 77 

2,788 34 

3,922 98 

1,309 49 

8,307 45 

4,412 60 

3,100 53 

15,043 94 

40,153 99 

5,581 92 

1.702 66 

61,275 01 

12,810 21 

3,924 54 

3,608 81 

3,199 48 

649 95 

1,799 17 

3,766 68 

26,426 80 

12,878 62 

1,038 69 
3,719 73 
3,759 17 
10,603 64 
2,967 73 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



19 



SYSTEM 

and Revenue, also the Net Surplus or Deficit for each Municipality for 
October 31, 1918 



Revenue 
from 
Municipali- 
ties 



Surplus or Deficit 

after paying Cost of 

Power, Operating, 

Maintenance and 

Interest 



Surplus Deficit 



Fixed Charges 



Renewals Contin - I Sinking 
Kene^als. gendes Fund 



Net Surplus or 
Deficit for year 



Surplus Deficit 



2 «* 

P 0) 

fc>H 

#1 

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CCmh 



$ c. 
810,686 52 


$ c. 

129,399 93 

540 76 

10,522 68 

6,972 17 

1,692 56 

1,687 58 
1,299 38 
1,303 47 
18,373 85 
1,018 99 

874 52 

1,008 77 

4,787 39 

29,203 58 

203 76 

74 57 
262 02 

1,070 01 

1,441 06 
2,454 42 

860 92 
3,254 55 

590 31 

752 21 

3,534 40 

14,108 94 

1,674 42 


$ c. 


$ c. 

56,785 42 

126 45 

1,562 49 

1,457 81 

1,207 47 

371 04 
484 17 
295 59 
5,075 80 
276 02 

458 05 

949 20 

1,527 39 

9,820 99 

344 27 

160 21 
730 57 
613 10 
3,945 58 
209 48 

291 74 
622 17 
294 64 
1,742 42 
955 92 

690 28 


$ c. 

13,531 76 

14 01 

177 28 

195 86 

71 2% 

40 34 
34 36 
32 14 

449 73 

32 67 

21 86 

24 10 

500 78 

2,948 06 

18 75 

13 72 

26 18 
17 65 

717 13 

33 28 

42 13 
44 86 
9 54 
81 32 
39 62 

27 11 

233 23 

604 94 

79 27 

6 91 

969 63 
197 82 

41 08 

42 18 
29 55 

3 73 

17 05 

36 56 

356 09 

136 73 

6 43 

39 50 
27 88 
77 28 
20 18 


$ c. 

50,948 22 

95 85 

1,235 70 

1,171 94 

% 281 11 


$ c. 

8,134 53 

304 45 

7,547 21 

4,146 56 

413 81 

995 09 
780 85 
975 74 
12,848 32 
710 30 

394 61 

35 47 

1,542 96 

8,677 32 


$ c. 


1918 


1,581 51 






1917 


22,242 22 






1918 


19,379 96 






1918 


7,809 89 








4,554 87 






1917 


4,000 97 








3,629 68 










50,782 75 










3,414 55 








3,093 16 








4,333 30 










29,651 07 




1,216 26 

7,757 21 

245 03 

105 04 




1918 


174,674 57 






1918 


2,038 25 




394 29 

204 40 
494 73 
817 06 


1918 


1,224 40 






1917 


3,434 44 








2,434 57 


186 31 









59,982 51 


3,214 34 
168 16 


6,688 44 
659 09 

1,107 19 

1,396 87 

556 74 

1,430 81 


1918 


3,201 78 






1918 


4,229 40 








6,377 40 




390 52 




1917 


2,170 41 








11,562 00 










5,002 91 






405 23 




3,852 74 






34 82 

428 72 

5,293 74 

369 26 




18,578 34 




1,589 69 


1,282 76 

3,645 22 

540 46 




1918 


54,262 93 




4,565 04 
685 43 

594 76 

6,587 57 

1,435 24 

701 31 

608 50 

728 19 

220 81 
314 08 
766 24 

3,528 63 
2,428 66 

221 50 
621 34 
768 78 

2,860 70 
645 28 




1918 


7,256 34 






1918 


1,440 09 


262 57 


864 24 




81,806 19 


20,531 21 
4,683 56 
1,269 86 
1,407 20 
1,356 93 

230 40 
293 55 

1,849 39 
13,780 37 

8,851 19 

179 77 
2,226 27 
1,136 63 
3,291 78 

363 50 


5,392 39 

1,165 84 

532 46 

502 11 


7,581 62 
1,884 66 


1918 


17,493 77 








5,194 40 




4 99 


1918 


5,016 01 




"254*4i 
599 19 

5 86 


1917 


4,556 41 








880 38 










2,092 72 






37 58 




5,616 07 






1,046 59 
6,991 65 
4,397 64 




40,207 17 




2,904 00 
1,888 16 




1918 


21,729 81 






1918 


1,218 46 




48 16 




5,946 00 




487 68 


1,077 75 
339 97 
353 80 


1918 


4,895 80 








13,895 42 










3,331 23 






301 96 





*20 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges., 

the year ending 



Municipality 



Eate 

per Average 
Horse Horse 

Power Power 
Collected 1 



Cost of 
Power 



Operating 
Mainten- 
ance and 
Adminis- 
tration 
Expenses 



Interest 



Total 
Expenses 



Harriston 
Milverton 
Listowel . 
Drayton . 
Moorefield 



Tavistock 
St. Mary's . 
Woodstock 
Ingersoll . . 
Tillsonburg 



Norwich . . . 
Beachville . 
Embro .... 
Otterville . . 
Burgessville 

Springfield 
London 
Thamesford 
Thorndale . 

Dorchester 



Lucan 

Ailsa Craig 
Granton . . . 
Exeter 
Hensall . . . 



Dashwood .... 

Zurich 

Lambeth 

Delaware 

Mount Brydges 



Strathroy . . 
St. Thomas . 

Aylmer 

Port Stanley 



London & Pt.btanley Ry. 



46.62 
35.63 
37.41 
60.45 
63.93 

37.01 
28.00 
21.00 
23.00 
35.00 

38.00 
28.00 
45.00 
45.00 
48.38 

65 00 
21.00 
45.00 
45.00 
45.00 

47.74 
49.67 
48.61 
41.66 
47.76 

56.75 
69.34 
46.56 
46.56 
46.56 

44.07 

26.00 

39.00 

9.00 + 

Fixed Cgs 

12.00 + 

.45K.W.H. 



Dutton 43.53 



Rodney . . . 
West Lome 
Brantford . 
Paris 



St. George 
Ayr 

Drumbo . . 

Princeton 

Plattsville 



63.00 
55.60 
19.00 
21.00 

38.78 
37.40 
40.73 
65.95 
49.27 



77.4 
232.5 
205.8 

32. 

16. 

225.7 
373.9 
1,196.8 
816.2 
484.6 

183.5 

232.3 

23. 

21.1 

22.7 

24.4 
8,401.8 
59.5 
83.3 
16.6 

137. 
86.4 
39.4 

140.9 
44.2 

46.5 
49. 
15.9 
7.7 
25. 

298. 
1,936.3 
55.3 

113.5 

1,123.7 

55. 
24.8 
25.7 
2,504.3 
513. 

42.5 
40.6 
14.5 
10.5 
42. 



$ c. 


683 89 

2,054 32 

1,818 40 

282 75 

141 37 


1,994 24 
3,303 71 
10,574 68 
7,211 76 
4,281 82 


1,621 37 

2,052 55 

203 22 

186 44 

200 57 


215 59 
74,236 54 
525 73 
736 02 
146 67 


1,210 50 
763 42 
348 13 

1,244 96 
390 55 


410 87 
432 95 
140 49 
68 03 
220 89 


2,633 07 
17,108 74 

488 61 


1,002 87 


9,928 78 


485 97 

219 13 

227 08 

22,127 47 

4,532 76 


375 53 
358 74 
128 12 
92 78 
371 10 



1,110 71 

1,829 18 

1,981 26 

530 79 

318 88 

1,653 19 

2,857 78 
4,029 46 
4,093 01 
2,618 84 



173 55 
412 
905 62 
347 99 
373 31 



318 72 

22,319 73 

893 92 

1,286 51 

248 55 

679 31 
628 17 

393 01 
1,028 54 

442 73 

429 30 
451 37 
194 02 
101 74 
303 39 

1,573 30 

8,325 78 

475 97 

1,102 30 

10,971 55 

617 95 

394 58 
352 94 

6,650 65 
1,572 95 

403 04 
519 48 
210 63 
263 95 
751 23 



,534 43 
702 17 
957 82 
839 65 
388 74 



1,747 61 
2,524 38 
3,171 15 
3,028 64 
2,975 41 

1,123 76 

1,101 37 

665 30 

283 06 

260 93 

427 27 

24,910 51 

766 87 

1,123 41 

180 49 

1,023 41 

1,066 85 

536 79 

1,755 88 

935 18 

914 93 

1,132 07 

321 01 

155 42 

504 67 

2,899 30 
7,991 38 
1,223 37 

1,375 19 

6,115 66 



689 35 
544 74 
417 85 
180 91 
326 02 



518 30 
550 73 
244 42 
394 92 
1,105 77 



& c. 

3,329 03 
5,585 67 
5,757 48 
1,653 19 

848 99 

5,395 04 

8,685 87 

17,775 29 

14,333 41 

9,876 07 

3,918 68 

4,566 78 

1,774 14 

817 49 

834 81 

961 58 
121,466 78 

2.186 52 
3,145 94 

575 71 

2,913 22 

2,458 44 

1,277 93 

4,029 38 

1,768 46 

1,755 10 

2,016 39 

655 52 

325 19 

1,028 95 

7,105 67 
33,425 90 

2.187 95 

3,480 36 

27,015 99 

1,793 27 

1,158 45 

997 87 

34,959 03 

7,431 73 

1,296 87 

1,428 95 

583 17 

751 65 

2,228 10 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



21 



SYSTEM 

and Revenue, also the Net Surplus or Deficit for each Municipality for 
October 31, 1918 



Revenue 
from 
Municipali- 
ties 


Surplus or Deficit 

after paying Cost of 

Power, Operating, 

Maintenance and 

Interest 


Fixed Charges 


Net Surplus or 
Deficit for year 


73 £ 


Renewals 


Con- 
tingencies 


Sinking 
Fund 


Surplus 


Deficit 


Si T3 




Surplus 


! Deficit 


CCPh 


$ c. 
3,209 37 


$ c. 


$ c. 
119 66 


$ c. 

932 78 
985 06 
1,153 89 
513 94 
237 54 

1,015 77 
1,384 60 
1,755 49 
1,738 44 
1,767 94 

667 63 
644 40 
411 46 
172 92 
158 78 

262 43 

13,671 56 

465 86 

683 33 
109 06 

608 69 
647 28 
326 59 
1,065 58 
574 51 

561 34 
696 48 
197 04 
95 41 
309 78 

1,744 77 

4,458 00 

749 28 

827 98 

3,510 90 

415 61 
333 59 
254 04 
3,469 37 
748 12 

317 26 
337 82 
150 49 
245 17 

684 51 


$ c. 

18 51 
55 59 
49 21 

7 65 
3 82 

53 97 

89 40 

286 17 

195 16 

115 87 

43 88 

55 55 

5 50 

5 04 

5 42 

5 83 

2,008 99 

14 22 

19 92 
3 97 

32 76 

20 66 
9 42 

33 69 

10 57 

11 12 
11 72 

3 80 

1 84 
5 98 

71 26 

463 00 

13 22 

27 14 

268 69 

13 15 

5 93 

6 15 
598 81 
122 67 

10 16 
9 71 
3 47 

2 51 
10 04 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,070 95 




7,360 52 


1,774 85 

1,941 16 

220 00 

153 74 

2,958 71 
1,783 98 
7,357 16 
5,180 78 
6,863 55 

3,052 74 
1,937 62 




734 20 
738 06 




7,698 64 










1,873 19 






301 59 

87 62 




1,002 73 










8,353 75 






1,888 97 




10,469 85 




1,135 97 
1,427 01 
1,362 89 
1,338 93 

594 58 
394 75 


825 99 


1918 


25,132 45 




3,888 49 
1,884 29 
3,640 81 

1,746 65 
842 92 


1918 


19,514 19 






1918 


16,739 62 







1918 


6,971 42 






1917 


6,504 40 




1 


1917 


1,035 74 


738 40 


1,155 36 




949 47 


131 98 
225 51 

530 71 

54,971 68 

430 58 






45 98 


1,060 32 






61 31 

262 45 
28,081 38 






1,492 29 








176,438 46 




11,209 75 


"49'50 
1,002 06 


1918 


2,617 10 






2,847 13 


298 81 








744 74 


169 03 

2,901 48 
1,834 97 

639 32 
1,516 24 

344 51 

738 12 

1,383 13 

84 38 

33 31 

133 10 

5,445 43 

17,168 08 

1,047 74 

1,401 35 




56 00 

2,260 03 

1,167 03 

303 31 

416 97 




5,814 70 










4,293 41 










1,917 25 










5,545 62 










2,112 97 






240 57 




2,493 22 






165 66 
674 93 




3,399 52 










739 90 






116 46 

63 94 

182 66 




358 50 


• ••• •••••• 








1,162 05 








12,551 10 






3,629 40 

8 ,650 96 

285 24 




50,593 98 




3,596 12 




1918 


3,235 69 








4,881 71 




642 14 


95 91 
7,299 85 


1917 


23,495 73 


3,520 26 






2,394 47 


601 20 

403 93 

431 49 

12,822 01 

3,354 75 

168 34 

35 56 

8 41 




172 44 
64 41 

171 30 
8,753 83 
2,483 96 




1,562 38 










1,429 36 










47,781 04 










10,786 48 










1,465 21 






159 08 
311 97 
145 55 
304 67 

897 69 




1,464 51 










591 58 










694 66 


56 99 
203 14 








2,024 96 











22 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing Cost of Pov* er, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges, 

the year ending 



Municipality 



Rate 

per 

Horse 

Power 

Collected 



Average 
Horse 
Power 



Cost of 
Power 



Operating 
Mainten- 
ance and 
Adminis- 
tration 
Expenses 



Interest 



Total 
Expenses 



Waterford 

Burford 

Simcoe 

Chatham 

Wallaceburg 

Tilbury 

Comber 

Dresden 

Petrolia 

Oil Springs 

Brigden 

Wyoming 

Watford 

Forest 

Sarnia 

Blenheim 

Ridgetown 

Highgate 

Thamesville 

Bothwell 

Windsor 

Walkerville 

Welland Dist 

Welland 

Dunnville 

Niagara Falls 

Stamford Township . . 

Total Municipalities 

Total Companies . . . 

Total 



39.00 
37.50 
35.00 
30.78 
38.45 

39.45 
56.22 
43.00 
36.26 
38.54 

57.56 
38.34 
59.45 
63.27 
38.00 

43.70 
47.17 
51.82 
45.40 
59.26 

38.00 
38.00 
14.00 
14.00 
27.77 

11.50 
16.57 



103 
33.2 
129.8 
1,205.2 

489. 

67.9 
20. 
88.4 
329. 
37.1 

21.9 
25.3 
47. 

98.3 
1,084.2 

80.4 
122.3 
52.8 
37.2 
54.7 

1,699.4 
2,212. 
2,945.5 
2,567.8 
36.5 



2,289 
407 



128,711 
28,117 



.0 



156,828.8 



$ c. 


910 09 

293 35 

1,146 89 

0,648 90 

4,320 70 


599 95 
176 71 
781 09 
2,906 97 
327 81 


193 50 
223 55 



415 28 

868 56 

9,579 77 

710 39 
1,080 61 
466 53 
328 69 
483 32 

15,015 54 
19,544 76 
26,025 82 
22,688 54 
322 50 

20,226 90 
3,601 46 



1,137,263 36 
248,443 05 



1,385,706 41 



660 70 

674 10 

559 72 

5,918 94 

3,656 66 

968 92 
530 66 
773 58 
2,571 68 
415 70 

487 82 

322 98 

1,056 50 

1,331 16 

8,388 18 

1,056 46 

1,256 64 

669 90 

546 64 

1,072 44 

9,253 90 
11,866 56 
2,068 94 
1,766 78 
1,629 56 

524 69 
218 51 



335,082 23 
51,735 95 



386,818 18 



$ c. 

940 11 

630 80 

680 07 

8,027 90 

4,570 05 

1,098 21 
676 28 
924 02 

3,402 16 
612 70 

892 72 

533 14 

1,697 73 

2,131 61 

12,998 24 

1,410 69 

1,600 31 

907 61 

650 91 

1,436 42 



18,279 

23,700 

2,999 

2,697 

1,250 

840 
400 



411,569 
70,242 



481,812 79 



$ c. 

2,510 90 

1,598 25 

2,386 68 

24,595 74 

12.547 41 

2,667 08 
1,383 65 
2,478 69 
8,880 81 
1,356 21 

1,574 04 
1,079 67 
3,169 51 
4,331 33 
33,966 19 

3,177 54 
3,937 56 
2,044 04 
1,526 24 
2,992 18 

42.548 74 
55,111 47 
31,093 78 
27,152 99 

3,202 58 

21,592 02 
4,220 26 



1,883,915 50 
370,421 88 



2,254,337 38 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



23 



SYSTEM 

and Revenue, also the Net Surplus or Deficit for each Municipality for 
October 31, 1918 



Revenue 
from 
Municipali- 
ties 


Surplus or Deficit 

after paying Cost of 

Power, Operating, 

Maintenance and 

Interest 


Fixed Charges 


Net Surplus or 
* Deficit for year 


d ^ 


Renewals 


Con- 
tingencies 


Sinking 
Fund 


Surplus 


Deficit 


£^3 




Surplus 


1 Deficit 


.5 e3 
CCPh 


$ c. 
3 794 68 


$ c. 
1,283 78 


$ c. 


$ c. 

571 37 

389 04 
404 64 


$ c. 

24 63 

7 94 
31 04 

288 18 
116 92 

16 24 

4 78 
21 14 

78 67 

8 87 

5 24 

6 05 

11 24 
23 50 

259 25 

19 22 

29 24 

12 63 
8 90 

13 08 

406 35 
528 92 
704 31 
614 00 
8 73 

547 38 
97 46 


$ c. 


$ c. 
687 78 


$ c. 




1,148 43 


449 '82 




846 80 




4,542 98 


2,156 30 

12,707 62 

6,254 65 

13 50 




1,720 62 
8,185 74 
3,599 44 




37,303 36 




4,233 70 
2,538 29 

642 23 

409 68 

520 03 

1,912 41 

358 81 

543 81 

316 86 

1,030 62 

1,268 34 

7,418 72 

829 40 
920 67 
532 92 
382 64 
862 20 

9,498 41 

12,305 41 

1,874 44 

1,686 04 

781 57 

525 27 

250 18 








18,802 06 










2,680 58 




644 97 
672 33 




1,125 78 


257 87 








3,801 17 


1,322 48 

3,048 78 

551 83 




781 31 

1,057 70 

184 15 




11,929 59 










1,908 04 








1,260 89 


313 15 

110 34 

686 00 


862 20 

433 25 

1,727 86 




969 33 










2,483 51 










5,873 02 


1,541 69 
10,232 15 

335 19 

1,831 66 

692 34 

164 13 

71 05 

22,156 47 

29,101 00 

10,143 73 

9,426 18 




249 85 
2,554 18 




41,198 34 










3,512 73 






513 43 




5,769 25 




881 78 
146 79 




2,736 38 










1,690 37 






227 41 
804 23 




3,063 23 










64,705 21 






12,251 71 

16,266 67 

7,564 98 

7,126 14 




84,212 47 










41,237 51 










36,579 17 










1,013 59 


2,188 99 




2,979 29 




26,326 67 


4,734 65 
2,203 88 




3,662 00 
1,856 24 




6,424 14 




















2,451,661 23 
483,546 91 


577,138 04 
113,125 03 


9,392 31 


225,930 21 
40,649 11 


30,776 61 
6,723 39 


106,872 60 
31,609 30 


231,808 12 
34,143 23 


27,641 81 


.... 










2,935,208 14 


690,263 07 


9,392 31 


266,579 32 


37,500 00 


138,481 90 


265,951 35 


27,641 81 





3 h. (ii) 



24 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



Statement showing " Reserve for Renewals, 



NIAGARA 

" Reserve for Contingencies," 
Municipality 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig 
Aylmer . . . 

Ayr 

Baden 



Beachville 
Blenheim . 
Bolton . . , 
Both well , 
Brampton 



Brantford 

Breslau District 

Brigden 

Burford 

Burgess vi lie . . . 



Caledonia 
Chatham 
Clinton . 
Comber . 
Dash wood 



Delaware . 
Dorchester 
Dresden . . 
Drayton . . 
Drumbo . . 



Dublin . . 
Dundas . 
Dunnville 
Dutton . . 
Blmira . . 



Elora ; . . 
Bmbro . . 
Btobicoke 
Exeter . . 
Fergus . . 



Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown 
Goderich . . 
Granton . . . 



Guelph 
Hagersville 
Hamilton . . 
Harriston 
Hensall . . 



Hespeler 

Highgate 

Ingersoll 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 



Surplus or Deficit after 

paying Cost of Power, 

Operating, Maintenance 

and Interest 



Surplus 



$ c. 
4,373 51 
1,704 83 
1,047 74 



6,699 20 
8,502 32 



236 10 
27,'448'il 



24,869 85 
3,165 75 



797 69 

1,135 05 

11,799 40 

2,608 71 



699 61 

172 01 
836 05 
739 42 
220 00 



100 05 
12,218 49 



749 27 

4,262 75 

363 95 



1,491 36 

141 96 

1,199 40 

1,236 10 

58,728 12 

7,310 03 

1,008 44 

440 00 

56,718 18 

476 89 

90,333 82 



11,752 57 

340 45 

27,247 19 

75.412 39 

230 57 



Deficit 



Reserve 

for 
Renewals 



471 25 



391 86 



1,042 39 



313 15 
1,346 20 



1,778 41 



273 02 



2,188 99 



1,723 39 



925 71 

114 88 



Reserve 

for 

Contingency 



$ c. 
2,845 90 
1,471 13 

749 28 
1,290 12 
3,858 69 

3,458 95 
2,804 24 
3,907 16 
2,689 34 
10,440 59 

16,888 77 
2,604 34 

543 81 
1,380 56 

247 19 

675 31 

14,862 47 

4,389 21 

1,923 70 

677 93 

308 24 

407 63 

2,795 63 

513 94 

728 10 

236 33 
5,934 74 

781 57 
1,470 72 
4,085 55 

3,018 74 
1,705 25 
340 69 
3,070 24 
3,067 12 

2,047 63 

21,673 99 

9,014 19 

14,048 04 

702 85 

26,090 41 
3,959 41 

46,975 94 
2,287 03 
1,103 94 

5,002 74 

835 20 

13,744 99 

36,033 22 

821 33 



84 35 
25 38 
13 22 
20 01 
91 08 

105 19 
38 69 
44 47 
24 01 

405 30 

1,243 35 

6 91 

5 24 

16 40 

7 34 

27 03 

486 44 

54 02 

9 86 

12 73 

3 92 

7 95 

38 16 

7 65 

7 21 

6 59 
855 71 

8 73 
24 16 

67 36 

68 52 

11 96 
38 04 
58 90 
53 38 

33 30 

1,247 50 

171 27 

135 90 

12 58 

1,422 16 

51 42 

5,632 32 

35 95 

17 16 

178 97 

16 69 

409 13 

1,930 94 

8 23 



1919 



HYDROELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



25 



SYSTEM 

M Reserve for Sinking Fund," and the "Net Surplus" or "Deficit " of each 
to October 31, 1918 



Reserve 
for 

Sinking Fund 


Net Surplus'or Deficit 


Period of Operation 


Sinking Fund charged 


Surplus 


1 

Deficit 

l 


Date 
commencec 


Years 


Months 


No. of To 
Years (October 31 


$ c. 
390 52 


$ c. 

1,052 74 

208 32 

285 24 


$ c. 


Jan., 1913 
Jan., 1916 
Mar., 1918 
Jan., 1915 
May, 1912 

Aug., 1912 
Nov., 1915 
Feb., 1915 
Sep., 1915 
Nov., 1911 

Feb., 1914 
Jan., 1914 
Jan., 1918 
June, 1915 
Nov., 1916 

Oct., 1912 
Feb., 1915 
Mar., 1914 
May, 1915 
Sep., 1917 

Mar., 1915 
Dec, 1914 
April, 1915 
Mar., 1918 
Dec, 1914 

Oct., 1917 
Jan., 1911 
Jun., 1918 
Sep., 1915 
Nov., 1913 

Nov., 1914 
Jan., 1915 
Aug., 1917 
June, 1916 
Nov., 1914 

Mar., 1917 
May, 1911 
Sep., 1913 
Feb., 1914 
July, 1916 

Dec, 1910 
Sep., 1913 
Feb., 1911 
July, 1916 
Jan. 1917 

Feb., 1911 
Dec, 1916 
May, 1911 
Jan., 1911 
April, 1915) 


5 
2 








10 
10 

8 
10 

6 

3 


1 


1917 


















1,781 38 


3 
6 

6 
3 
3 
3 
7 

4 
4 






502 11 


2,247 32 
4,543 43 


1 
1 


1917 


394 75 




1917 




3,234 79 
3,715 53 
3,755 74 






9 
2 












2,310 91 


14,291 31 
6,737 73 


2 


1918 




9 
10 
10 

5 




1,567 09 


1,012 59 

862 20 

2,743 16 

















3 
2 

6 
3 
4 
3 
1 

3 
3 
3 








543 16 
327 67 






105 04 




1 
9 

8 
6 

2 ■ • • • 

8 
11 

7 

8 
11 

1 

10 

5 

2 


1 


1917 




3, 549- 51 
1,834 52 
3,711 97 

4w m 

140 15 
























j 












420 47 








2,094 37 

301 59 

1,008 33 

142 87 


















3 

1 
7 














2,059 78 


3,368 26 


2 


1918 




2,979 29 
745 61 






3 
5 

4 
3 
1 
2 
4 

1 

7 
5 
4 
2 

7 
5 
7 
2 

1 

7 
1 
7 
7 
3 








109 84 








2,723 31 
3,440 60 












10 
3 
5 








1,112 63 








10,008 04 
1,921 10 

844 83 
















8 
6 
2 
9 
4 

11 
2 

9 

4 

10 

9 
11 

6 
10 

7 






6,778 86 


29,027 77 


2 


1918 




1,875 43 

13,175 50 

275 43 


















- . . . ... 


6,240 17 


22,965 44 


2 


1918 




3,533 94 






23,208 79 


2 


1918 




3,248 69 
3,069 44 














5,486 91 


2 


1918 




511 44 




2,846 68 


10,246 39 
26,783 i 29 


2 

2 


1918 


10,664 94 




1918 




*598 99 





26 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



Statement Showing " Reserve for Renewals," 



NIAGARA 

" Reserve for Contingencies," 
Municipality to 



Listowel . .. 

London. 

London & Port Stanley Rly, 

Lucan 

Lynden 



Military Hospital 

Milton 

Milverton 



Mimico 

Mimico Asylum 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 
Mount Brydges 

New Hamburg 
New Toronto . 
Niagara Falls 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 



Ontario Agricultural College. . . . 

Otterville 

Palmerston 

~pc\ t*is 

Petersburg and St. Agatha Dist. 



Petrolia 

Plattsville . . 
Port Credit . 
Port Stanley 
Preston 



Princeton 
Ridgetown 
Poockwood 
Rodney . . . 
St. George 



St. Jacobs . 
St. Mary's . 
St. Thomas 
Sarnia 
Seaforth . . 



Simcoe 

Springfield 

Stamford Township 

Stratford 

Strathroy 



Tavistock . 
Thamesford 
Thamesville 
Thorndale . 
Tilbury . . . 



Surplus or Deficit after 

paying Cost of Power, 

Operating, Maintenance 

and Interest 



Surplus Deficit 



$ c. 

2,516 61 

215,820 55 

1,809 17 

3,369 70 



7,216 65 
5,171 38 
1,862 25 

5,493 67 

6,402 49 

8,974 99 

153 74 

662 12 

4,565 31 

26,394 00 

7,631 00 

6,327 94 

551 83 

8,772 95 

320 08 

98 16 

6,485 64 

1,301 37 

1,229 96 



2,610 29 

5,619 24 

32,228 55 



2,119 36 



478 44 
173 02 

507 67 

5,081 98 

67,075 34 

10,873 25 

23,845 89 

4,287 34 
760 31 

4,152 29 
55,906 93 
11,945 55 

3,822 12 



Reserve 

for 
Renewals 



Reserve 

for 
Contingency 



963 65 



1,674 40 



304 40 
137*09 



207 29 

229 60 

1,174 18 

1,691 61 



$ c. 

2,709 39 

91,541 72 

10,867 84 

2,413 26 

1,769 13 

1,570 56 
8,379 20 
1,786 10 

2,650 95 
4,050 98 
6,685 63 
237 54: 
1,136 39 

5,652 33 
7,536 06 

946 37 
4,857 00 

358 81i 

2,253 31 

305 24 

1,928 57 

4,075 86 

890 92 

5,562 94 
2,754 69 
1,040 19 
5,996 77 
11,765 84 

960 15 

3,048 52 

1,530 07 

690 75 

968 82 

374 72 
12,091 48 
35,550 09 
14,833 27 
13,521 36 

2,361 82 

289 94 

339 64 

25,403 73 

6,344 09 

1,593 34 
1,882 66 
1,645 16 
2,774 84 
2,916 09 



$ c. 

88 07 

4,125 04 

550 48 
53 44 
39 88 

93 51 

159 36 

82 17 

88 00 
75 44 
78 65 
3 82 
12 09. 



71 80 
8 33 

43 68 

214 83 

3 73 

144 59 

18 60 
30 13 
55 96 

540 34 

5 22 
52 37 
13 62 
11 04 

19 14 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



27 



SYSTEM— Continued 

" Reserve for Sinking Fund," and the " Net Surplus " or " Deficit " of each 
October 31, 1918— Continued 



Reserve 


Net Surplus or Deficit 


Period of Operation 


Sinking Fund Charged 


for 
SinkingFund 


Surplus 


Deficit 


Date 
commenced 


Years 


Months 


No. of 
Years 


To 
October 31 


$ c, 


$ c. 


$ c. 
280 85 


June, 1916 
Jan., 1911 
Aug., 1914 
Feb., 1915 
Nov., 1915 

Sep., 1913 
April, 1913 
June, 1916 

May, 1912 
Sept., 1913 
Sept., 1911 
Mar., 1918 
Mar., 1915 

Mar., 1911 
Feb., 1914 
Dec, 1915 
May, 1912 
Feb., 1918 

Nov., 1911 
Feb., 1916 
July, 1916 
Feb., 1914 
Sept., 1913 

May, 1916 
Dec, 1914 
Aug., 1912 
Apr., 1912 
Jan., 1911 

Jan., 1915 
Dec, 1915 
Sept., 1913 
Feb., 1917 
Sept., 1915 

Sept., 1917 
May, 1911 
April, 1912 
Dec, 1916 
Nov., 1911 

April, 1915 
Aug., 1917 
Nov., 1916 
Jan., 1911 
Dec, 1914 

Nov., 1916 
Feb., 1914 
Oct., 1915 
Mar., 1914 
Apr., 1915 


2 
7 
4 
3 
3 

5 
5 
2 

6 
5 
7 


5 

10 

3 

9 






23,253 49 


96,900 30 


2 


1918 




9,609 15 






903 00 








2,772 66 








5,552 58 


2 
7 
5 

6 
2 
2 

8 
8 

8 
9 
11 
6 
9 








3,367 18 
6 02 














281 11 


2,473 61 
2,276 07 
1,175 31 


1 


1917 








1 035 40 




2 


1918 




87 62 
486 36 

2,230 84 








3 

7 
4 
2 

6 






1,063,96 




2 


1918 




18,208 52 

5,580 08 

782 63 

184 15 

6,092 15 
6 51 












594 58 




1 


191? 








355 69 




7 
2 
2 
4 
5 

2 

3 
6 
6 
7 

3 
2 
5 
1 
3 

1 

7 
6 
1 

7 

3 

1 
2 

7 
3 

2 
4 
3 
4 
3 


2 


1918 






9 
4 
9 
2 

6 

11 

3 

7 
10 

10 

11 

2 

9 

2 

2 

6 

7 

11 






1,874 09 








2,194 95 
105 11 






301 61 








4,477 57 
4,447 69 














95 85 


1,444 12 


1 
1 
2 


1917 




1,075 63 


1917 


2,621 70 


17,300 67 


1918 




1,269 77 
981 53 

1,680 78 
223 35 
814 94 






































112 66 






2,286 88 


9,484 16 


2 
2 


1918 


7,368 89 


23,198 63 


1918 




4,434 37 




3,593 00 


6,489 78 

1,863 86 

463 14 

3,617 44 

23,413 16 

5,474 69 

2,160 77 


2 


1918 






7 
3 
























10 
11 


2 


1918 


















2,110 65 
1,894 15 
3,985 14 
4,639 43 


9 

1 
8 

7 































28 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



Statement showing "Reserve for Renewals," 



NIAGARA 

"Reserve for Contingencies," 
Municipality to 



Surplus or Deficit after 

paying Cost of Power, 

Operating, Maintenance 

and Interest 



Surplus 



Deficit 




Reserve 

for 

Contingency 



Tillsonburg 


$ c. 

10,498 09 

469,240 14 

2,425 40 

49,699 97 

4,974 18 

1,644 81 

3,165 13 

20,986 07 


$ c. 


$ c. 

11,542 09 

229,033 22 

1,497 44! 

51,688 28 

9,893 61 

1,998 23 
1,534 22 


$ c. 
187 25 


Toronto 






25,615 78 


Toronto Township 






59 36 


Walkerville 






1,098 16 


Wallaceburg 




199 20 


Waterdown 






34 35 


Waterford 






49 40 


Waterloo 






10,144 87 
1,223 44 


412 05 


Watford 






872 94 


12 93 


Welland 




9,698 99 

27,456 61 

1,846 94 

547 99 

19,874 64 

32,526 43 

1,608 53 
37,098 09 




1,954 18 

4,696 10 

1,265 58 

472 55 

8,595 44 

50,865 85 

1,705 02 

16,282 39 

744 35 

828 76 


680 08 


Welland District . . 






1,564 95 


Wellesley 






48 89 


West Lome 






11 42 


Weston 




318 71 


Windsor 






837 84 


Woodbridge 






42 09 


Woodstock 






599 99 


Wyoming 




658 10 


12 77 


Zurich: 




1,406 64 
1,697,386 25 


12 54 










Total .. 


24,344 94 


1,020,461 57 
94.741 29 


58,878 32 


Interest Improvem 




1,015 91 




cipalities 

tracts with Sundry 








Totals — Muni 

Reserves against e< 
in respect of Con 
Customers 


1,697,386 25 


24,344 94 


1,115,202 86 

156,108 51 
14,066 73 


59,894 23 
15,981 00 


Interest .... 








367 95 


Net Profits from C 
dry Companies fo 
1917-18 


ontracts with Sun- 
r years 1916-17 and 






95,616 33 


Interest 










2,458 93 


Profit on Sales of 
Applied to " Ri 
gencies " ...... 


Aluminum Cable. 








10,349 72 


Interest . . . 











413 99 










1 




Totals 






1,285,378 10 
108,685 40 


185,082 15 


Deduct Cost of Re 
to date 


newals 
$102,890 23 








Items reversed wi 
of certain equip 


th sale 

ment.. 5,795 17 




Losses on Sundry ] 
otherwise dispos 


Equipment sold and 
ed of 






137,844 62 














Grand Total 


3 






:1. 176, 692 70 


47,237 53 













1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



29 



SYSTEM— Concluded 

" Reserve for Sinking Fund," and the " Net Surplus " or " Deficit " of each 
October 31, 1918— Concluded 



Reserve 
for 


Net Surplus or Deficit 


Period of Operation 


Sinking Fund Charged 


r 










SinkingFund ; Surplus Defidt 
l 


Date 
Commenc'd 


\ears 


Months 


No. of 
Years 


To 
October 31 


$ c. 
2,435 00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
3,666 25 


Aug., 1911 
June, 1911 
Aug., 1913 
Nov., 1914 
Feb., 1915 

Nov., 1911 
Apr., 1915 
Dec, 1910 
Sept., 1917 
Sept., 1917 

Dec, 1914 
Nov., 1916 
Jan., 1917 
Aug., 1911 
Oct., 1914 

Dec, 1914 
Jan., 1911 
Nov., 1916 
Sep., 1917 


7 
7 
5 
4 
3 

7 
3 

7 
1 

1 

3 
2 

1 
7 
4 

3 

7 
2 

1 


3 
5 
3 


2 
2 


1918 


85,465 68 


129,125 46 
868 60 




1918 










3,086 47 
5,118 63 

863 68 










9 






475 91 




2 


1918 




1,581 51 
8,013 32 


7 

11 
2 
2 

11 




2,415 83 




2 


1918 




2,109 31 






7,064 73 

21,195 56 

532 47 

64 02 

8,686 29 


























10 
3 
1 

11 
10 






2,274 20 




2 


1918 




19,177 26 








138 58 






3,001 99 


17,213 72 




2 


1918 




1,415 22 






118 03 


2 














195,385 22 


575,404 31 


177,088 11 


Net Surplus— 398,316 20 










195,385 22 
132,717 66 


575,404 31 


177,088 11 


Net Surplus— 398,316 20 


















































328,102 88 


575,404 31 


177,088 11 


Net Surplus— 398,316 20 


















328.102 88 


575,404 31 


177,088 11 


Net Surp 


lus— 398,31 


6 20 







30 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges 

the year ending 



Municipality 


Cost of 
Power 


Operating, 
Mainten- 
ance and 
Adminis- 
tration 
Expenses 


Interest 


Total 
Expenses 


Niagara System: 

Bolton , 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
88 24 
192 06 
63 78 
44 90 
1,222 61 

947 20 

38 90 
2,918 25 

444 48 
115 66 

39 85 
1,746 14 

457 76 

8 69 

96 20 

556 32 

145 01 

202 92 

1,998 97 

2,117 73 

715 01 
1,819 58 
591 26 
186 33 
230 48 

250 67 
16 93 

422 58 
54 42 

161 65 

2,248 45 

300 00 

1,473 90 

377 86 

32 67 

2 96 

114 73 
23 97 

235 52 


$ c. 
88 24 


Bothwell 






192 06 


Brampton 






63 78 


Chatham 






44 90 


Dereham Township 






1,222 61 


Dundas 






947 20 


Elora 






38 90 


Etobicoke 






2,918 25 


Georgetown 






444 48 


Goderich 






115 66 


Milton 






39 85 


Norwich 






1,746 14 


Preston 






457 76 


Mimico 






8 69 


St. Thomas 






96 20 


Scarboro Township 


169 80 




726 12 


South Dorchester Township 




145 01 


Stratford 






202 92 


Toronto 






1,998 97 


Toronto Township 






2,117 73 


Vaughan Township 






715 01 


Walkerville 






1,819 58 


Waterdown 






591 26 


Waterf ord 






186 33 








230 48 


Weston 






250 67 


Woodbridge 






16 93 


Windsor 






422 58 


Woodstock 






54 42 


Port Dalhousie 






161 65 


Welland 


4,391 98 
68,500 10 

405 77 

312 37 




6,640 43 


St. Catharines 

Grantham Township 


50 
40 94 

179 93 

2 38 

3 70 
59 98 


68,800 60 
1,920 61 


Power Commission of Ontario: 
Don Mills Road 


870 16 


Brady & Raymond 


35 05 


Wm. Pullen 




6 66 


Innes, Karn & Longworth 

W. G. Bailey 




174 71 
23 97 


Port Dalhousie 


1,345 52 


49 23 


1,630 27 




75,125 54 


336 66 


22,704 64 


98,166 84 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



31 



RURAL LINES 

and Revenue, also the Net Surplus or Deficit for each Municipality for 
October 31, 1918 



Revenue 
from Muni- 
cipalities 


Surplus or Deficit after 

Paying Cost of Power, 

Operating, Maintenance 

and Interest 


Fixed Charges 


Net Surplus or Deficit 
for Year 




Surplus 


Deficit 


Renewals 


Sinking 
Fund 


Surplus 


Deficit 


$ c. 
120 00 


$ c. 

31 76 
479 99 

22 96 

16 16 
440 10 

341 00 

14 00 

919 31 

160 00 

41 64 

14 34 

628 62 

164 80 

3 13 

34 64 

261 27 

52 20 

73 04 

735 12 

762 39 

232 22 

655 06 

212 86 

67 08 

91 14 

112 81 

6 10 

152 12 

19 58 
58 19 

798 57 
135 00 
499 12 


$ c. $ c. 


$ c. 

31 76 
479 99 

22 96 

16 16 
440 10 

341 00 

14 00 

919 31 

160 00 

41 64 

14 34 

628 62 

164 80 

3 13 

34 64 

171 88 

52 20 

73 04 

735 12 

762 39 

232 22 

655 06 

212 86 

67 08 

91 14 

112 81 
6 10 

152 12 
19 58 
58 19 

798 57 
135 00 
530 60 

179 21 

14 70 

1 33 

51 63 

10 79 

105 99 


$ c. 


$ c. 


672 05 








86 74 








61 06 









1,662 71 










1,288 20 










52 90 










3,837 56 










604 48 










157 30 








54 19 










2,374 76 










622 56 










11 82 










130 84 










987 39 






89 39 




197 21 








275 96 










2,734 09 










2,880 12 










947 23 


i 






2,474 64 










804 12 










253 41 










321 62 










363 48 










23 03 










574 70 










74 00 










219 84 










7,439 00 










68,935 60 










2,419 73 








31 48 


848 73 


21 43 


377 86 

32 67 

2 96 

114 73 
23 97 

235 52 




578 50 


113 16 


78 11 

89 34 

224 64 

48 33 

382 58 


30 74 
85 05 
58 28 
13 57 
41 07 




96 00 






399 35 






72 30 






2,012 85 












107,204 73 


9,059 32 


21 43 


787 71 


8,542 06 


318 10 


609 98 



4 H. (ii) 



32 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



RURAL 
Statement showing " Reserve for Renewals," " Reserve for 






Date 

Commenced 

Operating 


Surplus or Deficit after 

Paying Cost of Power, 

Operating, Maintenance 

and Interest 




Surplus 


Deficit 


Lines Operated by: 

Baden 


Dec, 
Jan., 
Nov., 
Oct., 
Jan., 
July, 
Oct., 
Nov., 
Aug., 
Dec, 
May, 
Jan., 
Apr., 
Dec, 
Dec, 


1913 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1916 
1917 
1913 
1914 
1916 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1913 
1914 


$ c. 
180 01 

89 93 
667 21 


$ c. 


Bolton 




Bothwell 




Brampton 


22 96 

47 13 

440 10 




Chatham 




Dereham Township 




Dundas 


1,837 35 

59 35 

919 31 

666 60 

195 71 

65 91 




Elora 




Etobicoke Township 




Georgetown 




Goderich . 




London Abattoir 




Milton 


62 88 

1,008 89 

182 15 

157 56 

2,068 77 

995 14 

147 01 

261 27 

52 20 




Mimico 




New Toronto (no capital investment Oct., 1918) 









Nov., 
Apr., 
Nov., 
Aug., 
July, 
Dec, 
Jan., 
Aug., 
Jan., 
May, 
Sep., 


1913 
1913 
1914 
1918 
1917 
1913 
1915 
1914 
1913 
1913 
1915 









St Thomas 




Scarboro Township . 





South Dorchester Township 

Stratford 

Thorndale (no capital investment Oct., 1918) 

Toronto Township 




387 95 

6 96 

5 98 

3,149 39 









3,123 60 







(Operated by Woodbridge until Mar. 31, 1918) 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 


232 22 

2,038 09 
931 53 

86 28 




Feb., 
Apr., 
Dec, 
Aug., 
Apr., 
Aug., 
Sep., 
Nov., 
Mar., 
Apr., 
May, 
Sep., 

Nov., 
Nov., 
Oct., 
May, 
Feb., 
Oct., 
Nov., 
Feb., 
June, 
Mar., 


1915 
1914 
1915 
1914 
1914 
1916 
1915 
1913 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1917 

1912 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1913 
1914 
1916 
1918 
1918 
1914 










251 48 

653 25 

349 89 

39 37 

91 61 

2,639 40 

576 10 

1,742 56 

58 19 

1,933 15 




Weston 

Windsor 

Woodstock . 

St. Catharines 

Grantham Township 

Port Dalhousie 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of, Ontario: 




















Don Mills Road 


555 88 


Brady & Raymond 


466 80 

459 80 

1,324 52 

197 55 

33 36 

6 92 

29 03 

31 96 




Wm. Pullen . 








W. G. Bailey .... L. 

Markdale 

Flesherton 








Beaverton .... 




Ottawa 










30,974 38 


555 88 


















Total 







1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



33 



LINES 

Sinking Fund " and the " Net Surplus " or " Deficit " on each line 



Reserve for 
Renewals 


Reserve for 
Sinking Fund 


Net Surplus or Deficit 


First Year Sinking Fund 
Payment Made 


Surplus 


Deficit 


$ c. 


$ c. 

180 01 

89 93 

667 21 

22 96 

47 13 

440 10 

1,837 35 

59 35 

919 31 

666 60 

195 71 

65 91 

62 88 

1,008 89 

182 15 

157 56 

2,068 77 

995 14 

147 01 

171 88 

52 20 

387 95 

6 96 

5 98 

3.149 39 

3.123 60 


$ c. 


$ c. 




































. 












































































































89 39 
































































232 22 










2,038 09 
931 53 

86 28 




.....';;;;.:;;;; 






















251 48 

653 25 

349 89 

39 37 

91 61 





























:.. 
















2,621 08 

665 39 

1,760 96 

58 19 

449 25 
684 90 


18 32 








89 29 
18 40 




• 













1,516 39 




32 49 
2,742 42 




1,501 64 








83 56 


197 47 




13 36 
660 53 


6 01 440 43 

307 07 356 92 

45 33 51 49 






100 73 








33 36 










6 92 
29 03 
31 96 
































3,978 42 
655 41 


28,168 66 1,154 02 


2,882 60 








1,154 02 











3,323 01 


28,168 66 


1,728 58 









34 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



SEVERN 

Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges 

for the year ending 



Municipality- 



Rate per 
Horse 
Power 

Collected 



Average 
Horse 
Power 



Cost of 
Power 



Operating, 
Mainten- 
ance and 
Adminis- 
tration 
Expenses 



Interest 



Total 
Expenses 



Revenue 
from Muni- 
cipalities 



Midland . . . 
Penetang . . 
Collingwood 

Barrie 

Alliston . . . 



Cookstown 
Beeton . . . 
Tottenham 
Bradford . 
Coldwater 



Elmvale 

Stayner 

Creemore 

Waubaushene 
Pt. McNicoll 



Victoria Harbour 
Total — Municipalities 
Total — Companies. . . . 



$ c. 
19 00 
22 00 

30 00 

31 00 
40 00 

35 00 
45 00 
51 00 

47 00 
28 00 

31 00 
35 00 
54 13 
25 00 
25 00 

35 00 



1,345.4 

461.2 

1,831.5 

482.8 
30.8 

21.4 
20.6 

2 

2.1 
37.2 

135.1 
86.7 
42.0 
20.2 
21.0 

27.7 



$ c. 

9,939 69 

3,407 30 

13,530 90 

3,566 87 

227 55 

158 10 

152 19 

19 21 

15 51 

274 83 

998 15 
640 50 
310 29 
149 24 
155 15 

204 65 



33,750 13 



9,916 74 



$ c. 

5,870 92 

2,942 65 

14,830 90 

3,461 62 

396 71 

246 14 

331 55 

55 06 

47 30 

479 36 

1,117 28 

1,019 69 

831 86 

248 18 

543 91 

449 88 



32,873 01 



5,734 87 



$ c. 
6,317 42 
3,130 11 
11,062 88 
3,061 46 
1,126 84 

527 67 

828 99 

141 82 

166 92 

454 14 

787 93 

712 92 

799 18 

184 68 

234 35 

350 99 



29.888 30 



5,858 13 



$ c. 
22,128 03 

9,480 06 
39,424 68 
10,089 95 

1,751 10 

931 91 

1,312 73 

216 09 

229 73 

1,208 33 

2,903 36 
2,373 11 
1,941 33 

582 10 
933 41 

1,005 52 



$ c. 
25,198 51 

9,816 34 
54,923 25 
14,966 77 

1,229 01 

706 42 
877 12 
133 02 
100 66 
1,042 29 



96,511 44 



21,509 74 



,956 61 
,867 34 
,147 13 
506 02 
525 18 

970 94 



119,966 61 



38,852 73 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



35 



SYSTEM 

4nd Revenue ; also the Net Surplus or Deficit for each Municipality 
October 31st, 1918 



Profits 
from Sale 
of Power 
to Com- 
panies 



Total 
Revenue 



Surplus or Deficit 

after paying cost of 

Power, Operating, 

Maintenance and 

Interest 



Surplus Deficit 



Fixed Charges 



Renewals 



Contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
Fund 



Net 

Surplus or Deficit 

for Year 



Surplus 



Deficit 



Sink- 
ing 

Fund 

Paid 
for 

Year 



$ c. 
1,646 14 
1,034 43 
4,977 18 
1,231 16 
181 38 

106 28 

154 99 

22 18 

16 15 

144 90 

283 69 
283 19 
267 47 
48 66 
125 92 

j 106 35 



$ c 
26,844 65 
10,850 77 
59,900 43 
16,197 93 
1,410 39 

812 70 

1,032 11 

155 20 

116 81 

1,187 19 



$ c. 

4,716 62 

1,370 71 

20,475 75 

6,107 98 



240 30 
150 53 
414 60 
554 68 
651 10 



1,077 29 



1,336 94 
777 42 
473 27 



$ c. 


*340*7i 


119 21 
280 62 

60 89 
112 92 

21 14 


"27'42 

282 31 



71 77 



10,630 07 130,596 68 35,330 461,245 22 



$ c. 
4,343 23 
2,151 95 
7,605 73 
2,104 75 
774 70 

362 77 
569 93 
97 50 
114 76 
312 22 

541 70 
490 13 
549 43 
126 97 
161 12 

241 32 



20,548 21 



$ c. 
336 35 
115 30 
457 88 
120 70 
7 70 

5 35 

5 15 

65 

52 

9 30| 

33 78 

21 63 

10 50 

5 05 

5 25 

6 93 



$ c. 



1,408 55 



$ c. 



2,305 09 



12,412 14 
3,882 53 



1,142 09 



1,408 55 



1,123 11 

487 33 
855 70 
159 04 
228 20 
342 66 



761 46 
265 61 



86 66 
159 44 
448 68 

176 48 



17,358 78 



6,372 39 



1918 



, Dr. 
10,630 07 



28,222 66 



4,027 46 



335 58 2,349 88 



36 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



SEVERN 

Statement Showing "Reserve for Renewals," "Reserve for Contingencies," 

Municipality to 













Surplus or Deficit after paying Cost 

of Power, Operating, 

Maintenance and Interest 


Reserve 
for 




Surplus 


Deficit 


Renewals 


1 






$ c. 


$ c. 


i c. 


Alliston 




340 71 


774 70 


Barrie 





27,314 35 .. 


15,401 95 


Beeton 


280 62 
112 92 


569 93 


Bradford . . . 






114 76 


Coldwater . . 




160 72 . . 
55,274 00 .. 


1,969 17 

29,573 13 
362 77 


Collingwood 
Cookstown . 
Creemore . . . 








119 21 




5,530 67 .. 

3,012 83 .. 

11,853 52 .. 

20,980 73 .. 


2,855 76 

2,302 16 

15,340 05 


Elmvale 




Midland 




■ • 1 
Penetang 




11,841 51 


Port McNicol 

Stayner 

Tottenham . . 
Victoria Harb 

Waubaushene 


[ 


717 46 


702 16 




3,799 96 .. 


3,170 05 


60 89 


97 50 


our 


2,083 85 .. 
810 02 


1,372 60 
569 51 












Total ]V 

Interest 

Reserves agai 
in respect c 
Companies 

Interesi 

Profits on Sal 
Applied to 
cies " ..... 


[unicipalities 


130,820 65 


1,631 81 


87 017 71 




7,031 61 




nst equipment employed 
>f contracts with Sundry 










12,706 79 


t .... 




442 17 


es of Sundry Equipment. 
"Reserve for Contmgen- 








Interes 


t 


: 











Total 


i 




107,198 28 


Items revers 

Equipment 

Interes 

'Cost of Renev 

Losses on Sui 
otherwise d 

Grand 


ed with sale of Sundry 

2,905 28 

t 114 59 

rals to date ... 671 87 






3 691 74 


adry Equipment sold and 
isposed of 








Total 












103,506 54 











1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



37 



SYSTEM 

"Reserve for Sinking Fund" and the "Net Surplus" or 7" Deficit" of each 
October 31, 1918 



Reserve 
for 


Reserve 
for 

ISinkingFund 

i 

1 


Net Surplus or Deficit 


Period of Operation 


Contingencies 


Surplus 


Deficit 


Date 
commenced 


Years 


Months 




$ c. 


$ c. 










$ c. 
7 70 


$ c. 
.. 1,123 11 


June, 1918.... 


5 


232 17 




11,680 23 


April, 1915.... 
Aug., 1918 


5 


7 


5 15 




855 70 

228 20 

.. 1,826 50 


3 


52 






Oct., 1918.... 




1 


18 05 






Mar., 1913.... 

Mar., 1913.... 
May. 1918.... 


5 
5 


8 


792 93 




24,907 94 


8 


5 35 




J 487 33 


6 


21 37 




2,653 54 
662 79 


Nov., 1914.... 
June, 1913.... 
July, 1911.... 

July, 1911.... 
Jan., 1915.... 
Oct., 1913.... 
Oct., 1918 


4 
5 

7 

7 
3 
5 




47 88 




1 


5 


570 43 




.. 4,056 96 


4 


241 45 


2,573 90 


6,323 87 


4* 


10 58 


.. 1,430 20 


10 


34 43 




595 48 


1 


65 




159 04 


1 


13 91 




697 34 
230 44 


July, 1914.... 
Dec, 1914.... 


4 
3 


4 


10 07 






11 










2,012 64 


2,573 90 


47,751 63 


10,167 04 








34 83 






1,129 91 


6,372 80 






31 78 






6,063 33 








193 79 
















9,466 28 


8,946 70 














1,326 71 




I 











8,139 57 


8,946 70 


47,751 63 


10,167 04 


Net Surplus — $. 


S7.584 59 





2 Years Sinking Fund, 1916-17, 1917-18. 



38 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



WASDELL'S 

Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges 

for the year ending 



Municipality 



Rate per 
Horse 
Power 

Collected 



Average 
Horse 
Power 



Operating, 
Maintenance, 
and Adminis- 
tration 
Expenses 



Interest 



Total 
Expenses 



Revenue 
from Muni- 
cipalities 



Beaverton . . 
Brechin 
Cannington , 
Sunderland, 
Woodville. . 



Total — Municipalities . 
Total — Severn System 



$ c. 
41 21 
50 00 
45 79 
50 00 
50 00 



$ c. 
63.7 
38.3 
58.7 
37.5 
36.4 



$ c. 

1,266 47 
936 83 

1,088 76 
854 80 
722 62 



$ c. 
1,296 67 
1,223 91 
1,400 43 
1,270 10 
1,134 04 



25 



234.6 



4,869 48 



6,325 15 



00 



362.8 



4,148 63 



4,305 58 



$ c. 
2,563 14 
2,160 74 
2,489 19 
2,124 90 
1,856 66 



11,194 63 



,454 21 



$ c. 
2,624 72 
1,909 79 
2,688 99 
1,876 82 
1,880 95 



10,981 27 



9,125 42 



RURAL LINES 
Statement of Interest and Sinking Fund 

Interest Sinking Fund Total Expense Revenue Surplus or Deficit 



Beaverton $100 00 



$29 03 



$129 03 



$129 03 



Nil. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



39 



SYSTEM 

and Revenue ; also the Net Surplus or Deficit for each Municipality 
October 31st, 1918 



Losses from 

Sales of 

Power 

to Severn 

System 


Total 
Revenue 


Surplus or Deficit 

after paying cost of 

Power, Operating, 

Maintenance and 

Interest 


Fixed Charges 


Net 

Surplus or Deficit 

for Year 




Contin- 
gencies 


Surplus 




Surplus 


Deficit 


Renewals 


Deficit 


$ c. 
704 57 


$ c. 
1,920 lb 
1,199 33 
2,102 09 
1,214 36 
1,358 46 


$ c. 


$ c. 
642 99 
961 41 
387 10 
910 54 
498 20 


$ c. 
1,134 59 
1,070 92 
1,225 37 
1,111 34 
992 28 


$ c. 

15 93 
9 57 

14 68 
9 37 
9 10 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,793 51 


710 46 






2,041 90 


586 90 






1,627 15 


662 46 






2,031 25 


522 49 






1,499 58 










Dr. 3,186 88 


7,794 39 




3,400 24 


5,534 50 


58 65 




8,993 39 










Cr. 3.186 88 


12,312 30 


3,858 09 




3,767 39 


90 70 















40 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



WASDELLS 

Statement Showing " Reserve for Renewals," " Reserve for Contingencies," 

each Municipality 





Surplus or Deficit 

after paying cost of Power, 

Operating Maintenance 

and Interest 


Reserve 
for 

Renewals 




Surplus 


Deficit 






$ c. 


$ c. 

2,218 61 
1,410 19 
1,433 54 
1,778 91 
1,315 71 


$ c. 


Beaverton 




6,242 15 


Brechin 




4,271 85 


Cannington 




6,492 79 


Sunderland 




4,767 76 


Woodvrlle 




5,289 35 








Total Municipalities 




8.156 96 


27,063 90 


Interest , 




1,885 85 


Severn System 






8,107 57 


Interest 






173 61 


Profit on sale of Aluminum Cable, applied to 
" Reserve for Contingencies " 








Interest 
















Total 






37,230 93 


Deduct :— 

Items reversed with sale of 
certain equipment $265 10 








Cost of renewals to date 243 27 


508 37 










Grand total 






36,722 56 











1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



41 



SYSTEM 

" Reserve for Sinking Fund," and the " Net Surplus " or " Deficit " of 
to October 31, 1918 





.Reserve 


Net -Surplus 


Period of Operation 


Reserve 

for 

Contingencies 


for 

Sinking 

Fund 




* 




Surplus 


Deficit 


Date 
Commenced 


Years 


Months 


$ c. 
29 45 


$ p. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

8,490 21 
5,699 46 
7,954 58 
6,564 94 
6,623 58 


Nov. 1914 


4 




17 42 






Jan. 1915 2 
Nov. 1914 4 
Nov. 1914 " 4 


10 


28 25 








18 27 








18 52 






Nov. 1914 


4 












111 91 






35,332 77 




2 12 








271 15 










7 22 










12,614 70 










504 58 




















13,511 68 






























13.511 68 




- 




Net deficit, $35,332 77 

















42 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



EUGENIA 

Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges, 

for the year ending 



Municipality. 



Rate per 
Horse 
Power 

Collected 

— K 



Average 
Horse 
Power 



Operating 
Mainten- 
ance and 
Adminis- 
tration 
Expenses 



Interest 



Total 
Expenses 



Revenue 
from 
Muni- 
cipalities 



Markdale . . , 
Flesherton. . 
Chatsworth . 

Tara 

Owen Sound 



Durham 

Holstein 

Mount Forest 

Hanover 

Elmwood 



Chesley 

Dundalk 

Shelburne 

Homing's Mills 
Orangeville 



Alton (Foundry Co.) 

Grand Valley 

Arthur 

Carlsruhe and Neustadt. 



Total Municipalities 



Total — Companies and 
Severn System 



23.24 
25.96 
30.18 
37.00 
31.00 

33.97 
43.50 
34.51 
35.00 
35.00 

40.00 
27.30 
30.00 



35.00 

43.23 
45.00 
45.00 



67. 
33.3 
31.1 
24.9 
1,007.6 

69.8 

6.4 

119.1 

278.3 

27.5 

95.5 

83. 

123,7 



127. 

90.9 
51.5 
102. 
8.5 



2,347.1 



1,744.3 



536 41 
414 87 
525 52 
668 10 
6,205 01 

996 12 

261 64 

1,768 35 

3,067 51 

499 84 

1,309 43 
1,015 02 
1,530 11 
550 96 
1,487 30 

1,050 72 

907 76 

2,028 03 

90 40 



663 87 

480 76 

414 54 

1,260 75 

10,761 58 

790 28 
455 23 

2.632 51 
3,579 30 

503 99 

2,269 58 
860 72 

1.633 57 
113 56 

1,854 94 

1,731 88 

1,004 38 

2,610 48 

515 76 



24,913 10 34,137 68 59,050.78 



1,200 28 
895 63 
940 06 

1,928 85 
16,966 59 

1,786 40 
716 87 
4,400 86 
6,646 81 
1,003 83 

3,579 01 
1,875 74 
3,163 68 
664 52 
3,342 24 

2,782 60 

1,912 14 

4,638 51 

606 16 



9,686 14 



16,655 54 



26,341 68 



1,509 42 

864 88 

937 32 

870 72 

31,236 01 

2,372 51 

278 40 

3,883 78 

9,529 91 

911 76 

3,818 02 
2,165 76 
3,504 75 
499 26 
4,298 88 

3,712 72 

2,219 98 

4,334 23 

906 29 



77,854 60 



48,386 67 



RURAL LINES 
Statement of Interest and Sinking Fund 



— 


Interest 


Sinking 
Fund 


Total 
Expenses 


Revenue 


Surplus or 
Deficit 


Flesherton 

Markdale 


$ c 
23.82 
64.07 


$ c. 

6.92 

22.13 


$ c. 
30 74 
86 20 


$ c. 
30 74 
86 20 


Nil 
Nil 


Total 


87.89 


29 05 


116 94 


116 94 









1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



43 



SYSTEM 

and Revenue, also the Net Surplus or Deficit for each Municipality 
October 31, 1918 



Profit from 

Sales of 

Power to 

Severn 

System 



Total 
Revenue 



Surplus or Deficit 

after paying Cost of 

Power, Operating, 

Maintenance and 

Interest 



Surplus Deficit 



Fixed Charges 



Renewals 



Contin- 
gencies 



Net Surplus or 
Deficit for year 



Surplus 



Deficit 



...$.' c. 

141 04 
149 05 
185 31 
209 20 
2,262 70 

328 71 
105 12 
738 34 
1,213 96 
147 04 

512 39 
378 92 
594 58 
56 38 
547 24 

464 40 

375 12 

851 15 

38 30 



$ c. 

1,650 46 
1,013 93 
1,122 63 
1,079 92 
33,498 71 

2,701 22 

383 52 

4,622 12 

10,743 87 

1,058 80 

4,330 41 
2,544 68 
4,099 33 
555 64 
4,846 12 

4,177 12 

2,595 10 

5,185 38 

944 59 



$ 



c. 



450 18 
118 30 
182 57 



16,532 12 
914 82 



221 26 

,097 06 

54 97 

751 40 
668 94 
935 65 



1,503 88 

1,394 52 
682 96 
546 87 
338 43 



848 93 



333 35 



108 88 



$ c. 

312 32 
258 90 
218 11 
813 22 
5,231 56 

393 20 

299 21 

1,553 70 

1,862 24 

287 35 

1,354 95 

413 24 

857 04 

78 07 

1,002 13 

995 17 

579 75 

1,575 33 

336 30 



$ c. 

16 75 
8 33 
7 78 
6 23 

251 90 

17 45 
1 60 

29 77 
69 57 

6 88 

23 87 
20 75 

30 92 



31 75 

22 73 

12 87 

25 50 

2 13 



$ c. 
121 11 



11,048 66 
504 17 



2,165 25 



234 95 
47 69 



470 00 

376 62 
90 34 



$ c. 



148 93 

43 32 

1,668 38 



634 16 
1,362 21 

"239*26 

627 42 



186 95 



1,053 96 



298 95 



87,153 55 



29,393 93 



1,291 16 



18,421 79 



586 78 



15,058 79 



5,964 59 



Dr. 9,298 95 



39,087 72 



12,747 04 



7,699 26 



436 07 



4,610 71 (Applied on 
Reserve for Contingencies) 



44 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



EUGENIA 

Statement Showing "Reserve for Renewals," " Reserve for Contingencies," 

Municipality to 



Surplus or Deficit after paying Cost 

of Power, Operating, 

Maintenance and Interest 



Surplus 



Reserve 

for 
Renewals 



Deficit 



Alton Foundry 




$ c. 
1,750 58 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2 066 82 


Arthur 


712 76 


2,426 79 
336 30 


Carlsruhe and Neustadt 


338 43 


Chatsworth 


150 58 
1,527 36 

493 27 
393 15 


676 14 


Chesley 




3,923 38 
' 1 642 02 


Dundalk 




Durham 




1 782 80 


Elmwood 


54 97 


287 35 


Flesherton 


338 96 


839 62 


Grand Valley 


557 81 
4,129 51 


1 015 95 


Hanover 






3,286 49 


Holstein 


1,135 78 


786 44 


Hornings Mills 


462 03 


102 99 


Markdale 




126 24 
4,597 47 


1,014 94 


Mount Forest 






5,980 30 


Orangeville 




796 18 

27,408 71 

60 23 


2,666 06 


Owen Sound 






17,821 94 


Shelburne 






1,865 87 


Tara 




848 93 


813 22 








Total Municipalities 


35,558 45 


10,324 50 


49,335 42 


Interest 


' .1,839 26 


Reserves against equipment employed 
in respect of contracts with sundry 
Companies 






14,400 06 


Interest 






268 03 


Additional " Reserve for Renewals " 
provided on Second Hand Equip- 
ment purchased 






4,084 02 


Profits on Sales of Sundry Equipment 
cies " 








Interest 






163 51 


Net Profits from Contracts with Com- 
panies ..... 
















Total 







70.090 30 


Cost of Renewals to date . 






756 15 


Losses on sundry equipment sold and 
otherwise disposed of 
















Grand Total 






69,334 15 









1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



45 



SYSTEM 



"Reserve for Sinking Fund," and the "Net Surplus" or "Deficit 
October 31, 1918 



of each 











n 


Reserve 
for 


Reserve 

for 

Sinking Fund 


Net Surplus or Deficit 


Period of Operatio 


Contingency 


Surplus 


Deficit _ 


Commenced } : Year5 


Months 


















$ c. 

43 13 
32 22 


$ 


c. 


$ c 


$ c. 
359 37-- 
3,171 77 


Dec, 1916..,. 
Dec 1916.... 


1 
1 


11 
11 


2 13 








13 75 








840 47 
5,493 81 

2,171 10 
2.207 95 

239 26 
1,195 29 

476 63 


Dec, 1915.... 2 
July, 1916.... 2 

Dec, 1915...J 2 
Dec, 1915 2 


11 


43 07 








4 


35 81 

32 00 

6 88 

16 71 








11 








11 








April, 1918 


7 








Dec. 1915 2 

Dec, 1916.... ; 1 

Sep., 1916 2 


11 


18 49 










11 


98 04 


744 98 


2 


3 32 






1,925 54 


May, 1916.... 


2 


6 






359 04 








34 07 




1,175 25 
10,635 46 

1,925 87 


Mar., 1916.... 
Dec, 1915.... 

July, 1916.... 
Dec, 1915.... 
July, 1916.... 
Feb., 1918 


2 
2 

2 
2 
2 


8 


57 69 




11 


55 99 




4 


495 34 
46 71 




9,091 43 


11 




1,852 35 
1,668 38 


4 


6 23 






11 










1,041 58 

4 65 

844 77 
16 35 




10,195 45 


35,338 50 


Net deficit— $25,143 05 








10,120 47 
404 82 

4,610 71 




17,043 35 
















325 74 












Net Deficit— $25,143 05 



















46 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



ST. LAWRENCE 

Statement Showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges 

the Year Ending 



Municipality 


Rate per 
Horse 
Power 

Collected 


Average 
Horse 
Power 


Cost of 
Power 


Operating, 
Maintenance 

and 
Administra- 
tion Expenses 


Interest 


Total 
Expenses 


Brockville 

Chesterville 

Prescott 

Williamsburg ......... 


$ c. 
30 00 

46 00 

25 00 

30 00 

43 00 


322.4 

103.7 

209.6 

16.9 

64.7 


$ c. 
2,913 30 

937 06 

1,894 02 

230 89 

584 64 


$ c. 
3,693 21 

1,637 07 

1,145 38 

215 95 

651 39 


$ c. 
3,316 53 

1,410 32 

1,275 88 

243 82 

584 36 


$ c. 
9,923 04 

3,984 45 

4,315 28 

690 66 


Winchester , 


1,820 39 


Total Municipalities. 




717.3 


6,559 91 


7,343 00 


6,830 91 


20,733 82 









1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



47 



SYSTEM 

and Revenue also the Net Surplus or Deficit for Each Municipality for 
October 31st, 1918 



Revenue 
from 


Surplus or Deficit after 
paying Cost of Power, Oper- 
ating, Maintenance & Interest 


Fixed Charges 


Net Surplus or Deficit 
for Year 


Municipalities 


Surplus 


Deficit 


Renewals 


Contingencies 


Surplus 


Deficit 


$ c. 
9,672 50 


$ c. 


$ c. 
250 54 


$ c. 
3,316 53 

1,410 32 

1,275 88 

243 82 

584 36 


$ c. 
80 60 

25 92 

52 40 

4 23 

16 17 


$ c. 


$ c. 
3,647 67 


4; 770 20 


785 75 
633 44 




650 49 


4,945 72 


195 83 




694 84 


494 83 




443 88 


2,780 29 


959 90 


359 37 










22,666 54 


2,379 09 


446 37 


6,830 91 


179 32 


359 37 


5,436 88 



48 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



Statement showing " Reserve for Renewals,' 



ST. LAWRENCE 

Reserve for Contingencies," 
Municipality to 





Surplus or Defi 
Cost of Powe 


cat after Paying 
r, Operating, 
and Interest 




— 




Reserve for 
Renewals 






Deficit 






Surplus 




Brockville 


$ c. 
4,579 49 

393 25 

6,614 41 


$ c. 


$ c. 
10,453 64 


Chester ville 




6,654 28 


Prescott 




6,576 11 


Williamsburg 


491 79 
1,768 03 


660 74 






5 949 13 


, 






Total Municipalities 


11,587 15 


2,259 82 


30,293 90 






Interest 






2,240 27 










Grand Total 






32,534 17 











1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



49 



SYSTEM 

" Reserve for Sinking Fund " and the " Net Surplus " or " Deficit " of each 
October 31, 1918 



Reserve for 
Contingencies 


Net Surplus or Deficit 


Period of Operation 




Surplus 


Deficit 


Date Commenced 


Years 


Months 


$ c. 
157 40 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6,031 55 


Am-.. 1915 


2 
3 
4 
2 
3 


7 


44 37 




6,305 40 Mar., 1914 

65 62 Dec. 1913 

1,162 01 Apr., 1915 

7,748 78 Jan.. 1914 


8 


103 92 




11 


9 48 




7 


31 62 




10 










346 79 




21,313 36 


6 68 










353 47 






Net Deficit $21 


313.36 




1 





50 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



THUNDER BAY 



Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, 

for the year ending 



Municipality 


Rate per 
Horse 
Power 

Collected 


Average 
Horse 
Power 


Cost of 
Power 


Operating, 
Mainten- 
ance and 
Adminis- 
tration 
Expenses 


Port Arthur 


$ c. 

19 75 

*517 22 


$ c. 
3,835.3 


$ c. 
58,254 06 


$ c. 
8,147 30 







*Per month 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



51 



SYSTEM 

Fixed Charges, Revenue and Net Surplus 
October 31st, 1918 



Interest 


Total 
Expenses 


Revenue 
from Muni- 
cipalities 


Surplus or 

after payin 

Power, Op 


Deficit 
? cost of 
irating, 


Fixed Charges 


Net 


Maintenance aim 
Interest 


Renewals 


Contin- 
gencies 


Surplus 


- 


Surplus • 


Deficit 




$ c. 

4,382 88 


$ c. 
70,784 24 


$ c. 
82,753 31 


$ c. 
11,969 07 


$ c. 


$ c. 
3,835 02 


$ c. 
958 90 


$ c. 
7,175 15 


m 





52 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



THUNDER BAY 

Statement Showing " Reserve for Renewals," " Reserve for Contingencies," 

Municipality to 



— 


Surplus or Deficit after paying 
Cost of Power, Operating, 
Maintenance and Interest 

Surplus Deficit 


Reserve for 
Renewals 


Reserve for 
Contingencies 




$ c. 
50,857 47 


* n 


$ Or 


<fc n 


Port Arthur 


$ C. 


25,618 51 
3,318 96 


«p c. 
1,561 40 


Interest 




24 09 
















Grand Total 


28,937 47 


1,585 49 









1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



53 



SYSTEM 

"Reserve for Sinking Fund." and the "Net Surplus" or "Deficit" of Each 
October 31st, 1918 



Reserve for 
Sinking Fund 


Net Surplus or Deficit 


Period of Operation 


Surplus 


Deficit 


Date Commenced 


Years 


Months 


$ c. 
14 898 16 


$ c. 
9,296 72 


$ c. 


Dec 1910 


7 


n 




























14 898 16 


9,296 72 




Net Surplus $9 .296 72 















54 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



MUSKOKA 

Statement showing Cost of Power, Operating Expenses, Fixed Charges 

the Year ending 



Municipality 


Kate 

per 

Horse 

Power 

Collected 


Average 
Horse 
Power 


Operating, 
Mainten- 
ance and 
Adminis- 
tration 
Expenses 


Interest 


Total 
Expenses 


Gravenhurst 

Huntsville 


$ c. 
12.56 

22.51 


321.6 
667.3 


$ c. 
2,668 13 

5,974 11 


$ c. 
1,709 32 

6,210 27 

11 36 


$ c. 
4,377 45 

12,184 38 

11 36 


Muskoka Falls ........... 












Total Municipalities . . 




988.9 


8,642 24 


7,930 95 


16,573 19 









1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



55 



SYSTEM 

and Revenue, also the Net Surplus or Deficit for each Municipality for 
October 31, 1918 



Eevenue 
from Muni- 
cipalities 


Surplus or Deficit, after 

Paying Cost of Power, 

Operating, Maintenance 

and Interest 


Fixed Charges 


Net Surplus or Deficit 
for Year 


Surplus 


Deficit 


Renewals 


Contingencies 


Surplus 


Deficit 


$ c. 
4,038 84 


$ c. 


$ c. 
338 61 


$ c. 
1,495 65 

5,433 99 

9 94 


$ c. 
80 40 

166 83 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1 914 66 


15,019 99 


2,835 61 
48 14 






2 765 21 


59 50 




38 20 














19,118 33 2,883 75 


338 61 


6,939 58 


247 23 


38 20 


4,679 87 



5 h. (ii) 



56 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



MUSKOKA 

Statement Showing " Reserve for Renewals," " Reserve for Contingencies," 

Municipality to 



_ 


Surplus or Deficit after paying 
Cost of Power, Operating. 
Maintenance and Interest 


Reserve 

for 
Renewals 




Surplus 


Deficit 




Gravenhurst 


$ c. 


$ c. 
853 90 


$ c. 

2,417 69 
10,370 01 


Huntsville 


5,284 52 








Total Municipalities 


5,284 52 


853 90 1? 787 70 


Interest 




234 32 


Renewals Reserve on Muskoka Falls 
Equipment 






9 94 


Rental on Equipment 








Profit on Sales of Power at Muskoka 
Falls. Applied to " Reserve for con- 
tingencies " 








Interest 


















13,031 96 
1.160 12 


Deduct — Cost of Rene.vals to date. . . . 












Grand Total 






11,871 84 









1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



57 



SYSTEM 

" Reserve for Sinking Fund," and the " Net Surplus " or " Deficit " of each 
October 31, 1918 



Reserve 

for 

Contingencies 


Net Surplus or Deficit 


Period of Operation 




Surplus Deficit 


Commenced Years Months 


$ c. 
147 35 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,418 94 
5,437 39 


Nov. 1915 
Sept. 1916 


3 
2 




351 90 




2 








499 25 




8,856 33 




10 08 














119 52 








95 25 








2 28 
















726 38 
























726 38 






Net deficit, $8,856 33 















58 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



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MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTS 

The reports and tables submitted in this section show the results in the 
municipalities of the co-operative distribution of Hydro power. With one exception 
the municipal year covers the twelve months ending Dec. 31st, 1918, and not the 
year ending Oct. 31st included in the Commission's operation. 

The work of standardizing the electrical accounts of the Hydro Electric 
Municipalities, which was commenced in 1912, has been continued. During 
the year accounting systems were established in the municipalities of Aylmer, 
Alliston, Beeton, Brigden, Cookstown, Dashwood, Drayton, Dunnville, Elmwood, 
Hanover, Moorefield, Omemee, Oil Springs, Smith's Falls, Tara, and Zurich; 
and in the following townships: Brantford, Dereham, Etobicoke, Louth, Scarboro 
and Vaughan, and the local officers have been instructed in the proper handling 
of the books. 

Periodical inspections have been made of the electrical accounts of all Hydro 
Electric Municipalities, the local officers have been assisted in the installation 
and use of improved methods of office routine, and in the smaller towns and 
villages where the utility is in charge of men of little or no bookkeeping experience, 
the accounting has in many cases been done by members of the Municipal Auditing 
Staff. 

A system of monthly balance sheets and quarterly operating reports enables 
the Provincial Commission to keep in close touch with local conditions, and from 
the reports and other data collected and developed by the Auditors, capital 
expenditure and operating expenses are periodically divided into the principal 
revenue accounts, lighting, commercial power, municipal power and street light, 
these in turn being set against the respective revenues for the purpose of rate 
adjustment and service at cost. This data enables the Commission to authorize 
and enforce a schedule of selling rates in each municipality so that each of the 
above named revenue departments is self-supporting and excessively high rates 
in one do not take care of a deficit in another. 

The seven statistical reports which follow show the result of operation and 
the present status of the Hydro Electric Utilities in which the service has been 
installed sufficiently long to justify a report. In previous issues the munici- 
palities have been listed in order of size to facilitate comparison between munici- 
palities with approximately the same operating conditions, but with the growth 
of the system this plan had to be abandoned to provide a more ready index or 
reference. 

Depreciation. 

During the first few years of Hydro operation a straight line 5 per cent, 
depreciation charge was written against revenue each year. At various times this 
practice was changed to the sinking fund equivalent, and in order to secure unifor- 
mity the depreciation reserves were in 1918 revised to the beginning of operation 
on a graduated sinking fund rate according to the size of the municipality and 
the general character of the construction, the new rate being in Toronto 3*4 per 
cent., in all other cities Sy 2 per cent., and in all towns and villages 4 per cent., with 
interest improvement at 4 per cent, in each case. These rates represent a straight 
line charge running from 5 to 5.6 per cent. A proper accounting has been kept 



60 ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 46 

of the depreciation funds which in many cases have been largely used to finance 
plant extensions and interest has been charged on funds so used. A characteristic 
feature of the operation during the past three years has been a steady increase 
in the cash balances notwithstanding the constant reductions in selling rates. 
Many commissions have with the approval of this Commission loaned cash to 
the municipalities, and surplus funds to the amount of $200,655.64 have been 
invested in Canadian War Loans, an innovation unique in the operation of Civic 
Utilities. 

Statement A. — Is a comparative balance sheet of each municipality as at 
Dec. 31st for 1917 and 1918 showing the plant cost in logical sub-divisions and 
other items making up the total assets. The true liabilities such as Debenture 
Balance, Bank Overdraft, and Accounts Payable are totalled separately before 
including such reserve accounts as Debentures Paid, Sinking Fund Reserve, 
Depreciation Reserve, and Surplus. In this way the relative increase in plant 
value to the net debt during the year in any municipality can be easily determined. 

The percentage of net debt to plant cost has been worked out and shows a 
decrease during the year from 75.5 per cent, to 71.0 per cent, or 4.5 per cent. 
As most of the Hydro financing has been done with installment debentures on 
which the portion of principal in the annual payment is increasing each year, 
the ratio of assets to net debt will show a constantly increasing divergence each 
succeeding year. 

All of the accounts appearing in the balance sheet under " Reserves," such 
as " Debentures Paid/' " Sinking Fund Reserve," " Depreciation Reserve," and 
" Surplus " may properly be called surplus and represent the gross profit from 
operation. 

Statement B. — Is a condensed operating report for the year ending Dec. 
31st, 1918, showing the result in each municipality together with the population 
and the number of consumers in each class. The cost of the service on which 
the rates are based includes every possible loading, i.e. cost of power, operation, 
maintenance, administration, interest and sinking fund payments on debenture 
debt, and in addition a depreciation charge of 5 per cent, or more. No utility 
is considered to be on a satisfactory basis until the revenue is sufficient to meet 
this burden. 

A study of Statement B will show that of the 166 municipalities reported 
the revenue in 124 was sufficient to take care of all operating and fixed charges 
and depreciation; in 26 others the fixed charges and part depreciation were met 
and in 16 only was there an actual loss. The gross loss in the 16 municipalities 
referred to amounted to $15,635.31. Of this total $7,797.71 was due to the 
abnormal cost of operating a steam plant at Brockville, where but a limited amount 
of Hydro power was available ; $2,436.84 occurred at Smith's Falls and $1,527.03 
at Aylmer from the operation of local steam and hydraulic plants before trans- 
mitted power was available. Of the 16 municipalities showing an operating loss, 
10 are new contracts with operation covering less than a year. In this connection 
it is interesting to note that the total accumulated deficits of all Hydro Munici- 
palities to Dec. 31st, 1918 is $27,883.52 while the accumulated surplus and 
reserves is $7,805,472.73. The net credit balance of surplus from the year's operation 
in the 166 municipalities amounted to $418,697.23 and the system is now serving 
183,357 customers and a population of approximately 1,205,000. 



1919 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 61 

Statement C. — Shows in detail the revenue and expenses in each municipality 
compared with the preceding year. In comparing the operation of different 
municipalities the varying price paid per horsepower must be taken into con- 
sideration. This schedule will be found in Statement F. 

Statement D. — Shows for each municipality for each year of operation, 
the number of consumers served with light and power, the average monthly kw. hr. 
consumption, the average net cost per kw. hr., and the average net monthly bill. 
This is a tabulation of data built up on information not originally obtained for 
this purpose, and subject to errors, but the averages are substantially correct and 
show the constantly increasing monthly consumption and decreasing net cost per 
kw. hr. and average monthly bill, and reflects the satisfactory nature of the service 
from the standpoint of the consumer. The approximate net average cost per 
horsepower per year to power consumers is also shown for 1917 and 1918. 

Statement E. — Shows the approximate installation and annual cost per lamp 
of the street lights in service in cities, towns and villages where Hydro service 
has been installed. An interesting feature is the annual cost per capita based 
on the total populations. 

Statements F and G. — Show comparatively the cost of power to the 
municipalities, the selling rates for power and light in 1918, and the recommended 
rates for 1919. 

In order that the effect of the Hydro co-operative scheme on the Hydro 
municipalities as a whole may be clearly shown, the operation for the past seven 
years of all municipalities has been consolidated into one report, likewise the 
balance sheets for six years. These consolidated reports show the sound financial 
condition of the enterprise from the municipal standpoint and meet every criticism 
against municipal ownership and operation of electric utilities as carried on under 
the control of the Commission. Particular attention is called to the steady 
decrease in the percentage which the net debt balance bears to the total assets 
each year. 



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ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Acton 
1,570 


Ailsa Craig 
462 


Ayr 

780 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Assets 

Lands and Buildings .... 


$ c. 

1,500 00 

597 62 

5,682 99 


$ c. 

1,500 00 

597 62 

5,781 36 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
125 00 


$ c. 
125 00 


Sub-Station Equipment . . 








Dist. System, Overhead . . 
Underground . . 


4,693 64 


4,720 59 


2,988 35 


2,988 35 


Line Transformers 

Meters 


2,430 54 

2,643 04 

896 21 


2,430 54 

2,764 60 

896 21 


1,412 56 
725 77 
362 97 


1,412 56 

809 04 
362 97 


983 09 

1,090 85 

360 27 


983 09 

1,155 01 

360 27 


Street Light Equip.Regular 
Ornamental . 


Miscel. Equip. and Con. Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant. 


777 99 


777 99 


229 97 


229 97 


785 49 


785 49 


Old Plant 


3,510 85 


3,481 50 






7,027 53 


7,027 03 








Total Plant 

Bank and Cash Balance. . 
Inventories 


18,039 24 

2,544 60 
655 50 


18,229 82 

2,800 89 
1,188 65 


7,424 91 

485 71 
147 18 


7,535 13 

1,235 20 
147 01 


13,360 58 

985 76 
27 60 
91 00 


13,424 24 

379 46 

186 10 

91 00 


Accounts Receivable 


Sinking Fund 


4,560 00 










Other Assets 










1,000 00 
















Total Assets 


25,799 34 


22,219 36 


8,057 80 


8,917 34 


14,464 94 


15 080 80 






Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 

Debenture Balance 

Accounts Payable 


13,392 04 
322 00 


7,079 58 
52 50 


6,882 64 


6,882 64 
81 76 


10.862 20 
229 77 


10,179 36 


Bank Overdraft 






Other Liabilities 




























Total Liabilities 

Reserves 
Debentures Paid 


13,714 04 

1,107 96 
4,560 00 
2,550 00 
3,867 34 


7,132 08 
7,420 42 


6,882 64 


6,964 40 


11,082 97 


10,179 36 


Sinking Fund Reserve . . 








Depreciation Reserve 

Surplus 


3,166 00 
4,500 86 


425 00 
750 16 


840 00 
1,112 94 


815 00 
925 79 


1,445 00 
1 132 42 


Total Liabilities 

and Reserves 




25,799 34 


22,219 36 


8,057 80 


8,917 34 


14,464 94 


15,080 80 


Percentage of Net Debt 

to Total Assets 


53.0 


32.1 


85.6 









1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



65 



" A "—Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Arthur 
1,003 


Alliston 
1,237 


Aylmer 
2,119 


Baden 
650 


Barrie 
6,866 


Beeton 
1588 


1917 


1918 


1918 
$ c. 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
660 64 


$ c. 
660 64 


$ c. 

12,266 06 

4,682 98 

23,706 39 


$ c. 

12,266 06 

4,682 98 

24,563 82 


$ c. 






675 73 
18,225 72 




428 50 


12,746 86 


13,9.10 63 


14,084 56 


4,430 75 


4,430 75 


10,135 59 


1,092 29 

1,023 58 

539 71 


2,080 92 

1,298 28 

539 71 


2,475 89 
2,200 89 
1,328 54 


3,750 91 
4,546 03 
1,124 55 


1,285 14 
903 08 
370 02 


1,285 14 

1,040 70 

370 02 


5,006 25 

16,179 80 

3,357 02 


5,513 05 

16,900 94 

3,357 02 


1,552 24 
406 86 
879 65 


146 78 


161 34 


2,657 33 


1,051 86 






757 49 


1,319 99 


1,125 13 










1,209 03 


1,101 47 


10,866 35 


14,285 42 






44,886 07 


44,709 21 












16,758 25 
446 20 


19,092 35 

318 16 
44 00 


38,430 45 
1,891 79 

* *ii5 66 

370 47 


38,843 33 

590 60 

87 01 

1,358 55 


7,649 63 

1,891 16 
74 60 


7,787 25 

2,199 43 
84 14 


110,842 06 

8,696 82 
4,685 15 
6,991 71 


113,313 07 

1,449 14 
3,649 95 
6,733 56 


14,527 97 


74 00 




15 00! 663 89 


654 75 












hi, 423 40 


hi, 527 OS 






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c21,000 00 














17,293 45 


21,541 80 


40,807 71 


42,406 52 


9,615 39 


10,070 82 


137,615 74 


146,145 72 


15,182 72 


14,810 27 
2,164 48 


14,609 16 
5,190 80 


32,000 00 
8,346 50 


36,541 48 
3,704 60 


4,488 10 
731 35 


4,389 86 
452 00 


40,494 75 
1,540 96 


36,272 86 
1,420 30 


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243 77 




















16,974 75 


19,799 96 
390 84 


40,346 50 
370 47 


40,246 08 


5,219 45 


4,841 86 


42,035 71 


37,936 93 


14,865 10 








1,351 00 




1,247 40 
2,636 64 


1,602 40 
3.016 42 


15,853 00 
33,221 78 


17,416 00 
40,065 65 




128 97 


90 74 




317 62 










17,293 45 


21,541 80 


40,807 71 


42,406 52 


9,615 39 


10,070 82 


137,615 74 


146,145 72 


15,182 72 


98.6 
















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ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Beachville 
504 


Beaver ton 
821 


Blenheim 
1,257 


Brechin 
k 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 ' 


1918 


1917 


Assets 

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$ c. 
161 03 


$ c. 
161 03 


$ c. 
250 00 


$ c. 
250 00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Sub-Station Equipment 


909 64 
10,498 02 


909 64 
11,285 49 




Dist. System, Overhead 
Underground 


6,353 65 


6,547 79 


5,967 62 


6,230 44 


1,330 29 


Line Transformers.... 
Meters 


1,714 74 

893 47 

237 03 


1,714 74 
920 14 

237 03 


761 45 
1,887 74 

453 44 


1,110 48 
1,978 74 

453 44 


1,472 84 
2,324 45 

825 18 

1,492 13 

602 17 


3,239 59 
2,761 18 

825 18 

1,492 13 

602 17 


366 43 
315 62 


Street Light. Equipm't. 
Regular 


69 89 


Street Lt. Equip., Orna- 
mental 




Miscel. Equip, and Con. 
Exp 


533 36 


533 36 


1,485 67 


2,085 67 


215 77 


Steam or Hydraulic Pit. 




Old Plant 






3,787 92 


3,772 42 




















Total Plant 


9,893 28 

1,141 47 

82 41 

241 25 


10,114 09 

2,636 51 

25 20 

335 20 


14,593 84 

655 49 
1,239 48 


15,881 19 

516 13 
503 46 


18,124 43 

816 76 
200 00 


21,115 38 


2,298 00 


Bank and Cash Balance 


1 497 31 


Inventories 


201 61 


27 60 


Accounts Receivable . . 


121 07 


Sinking Fund 




29 03 








Other Assets 
































Total Assets 


11,358 41 


13,111 00 


16,488 81 


16,929 81 


19,141 19 


21,316 99 


3,943 98 


Liabilities and Re- 
serves 

Liabilities 
Debenture Balance .... 
Accounts Payable .... 


4,826 26 
37 92 


4,718 97 


14,351 28 
495 09 


5 45 


13,635 21 
315 59 


13,436 24 
285 59 
354 14 

dl,482 97 


1,696 00 
1,678 74 


Bank Overdraft .... 






Other Liabilities 








dl,482 97 
















Total Liabilities .... 

Reserves 

Debentures Paid 

Sinking Fund Reserve. 


4,864 18 
526 74 


4,718 97 
634 03 


14,846 37 
648 72 


14,073 77 

931 68 

29 03 

1,040 00 

855 33 


15,433 77 
364 79 


15,558 94 
563 76 


3,374 74 
54 00 


Depreciation Reserve.. 
Surplus 


2,125 00 
3,842 49 


2,304 56 
5,453 44 


630 00 
363 72 


990 00 
2,352 63 


1,975 00 
3,219 29 


145 00 
370 24 


Total Liabilities and 
Reserves 




11,358 41 


13,111 00 


16,488 81 


16,929 81 


19,141 19 


21,316 99 


3,943 98 






Percentage of Net Debt 
to Total Assets 








88.7 


81.0 


85.8 


86.0 



" d " Local Improvement Debentures 
" k " Less than 500 population. 



re Ornamental Street Lighting. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



67 



"A"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Brechin 


Brigden 


Bolton 
601 


Bothwell 
695 


Brampton 
4,023 


Brantford 
Township 


1918 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


$ c. 


$ c. 
64 26 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,808 08 

8,961 23 

32,558 78 


$ c. 

3,845 58 

8,968 83 

33,009 07 


$ c. 














1,330 29 


3,190 42 


7,342 27 


7,916 53 


3,113 42 


3,261 39 


21,009 53 


366 43 
315 62 

69 89 


917 96 
793 22 

175 03 


2,312 96 
1,070 39 

561 14 


3,985 88 
1,343 22 

561 14 


695 88 
1,004 36 

326 10 


1,379 26 
1,136 11 

326 10 


10,746 44 
10,216 53 

1,805 73 


10,847 02 
10,729 00 

1,949 26 


2,583 05 
3,132 41 

1,314 03 


215 77 


850 83 


864 20 


982 60 


492 94 


501 90 


2,904 61 


3,056 51 


2,765 28 




2,380 81 


1,554 60 


1,554 60 






15, 000- 00 


15,000 00 


3,917 10 










2,298 00 


8,372 53 
292 87 


13,705 56 

498 12 

443 79 

70 00 


16,343 97 


5,632 70 
1,270 86 


6,604 76 
126 53 


86,001 40 


87,405 27 

10,098 84 
315 40 
162 31 


34,721 40 


41 60 


959 64 
144 16 


740 18 
208 15 


377 91 


187 93 


• 190 35 


720 75 


2,861 04 

660 01 

c2,000 00 


32 00 


7 03 


b 136 84 






c 200 00 


n8,231 44 


n6,345 64 


b 167 55 










2,534 56 


8,992 59 

6,030 30 
992 59 


14,717 47 


17,447 77 


7,824 31 


12,252 34 


95,181 17 


104,327 46 


35,298 86 




11,560 81 
49 00 


11,797 6$ 

1,459 66 

52 62 


287 74 


4,940 16 
2,850 78 


59,197 20 
"768*66 


57,117 89 
3,633 63 




113 83 
265 83 


27,113 30 
8,185 56 










324 38 






















2,046 75 
82 91 


7,022 89 
1,969 70 


11,609 81 
450 76 


13,309 96 
702 32 


5,418 69 
403 24 


8,115 32 

594 03 

660 01 

1,000 00 

1,882 98 


59,965 86 
9,853 44 


60,751 52 
11,932 75 


35,298 86 






259 00 




741 00 
1,915 90 


1,688 00 
1,747 49 


320 00 
1,682 38 


17,300 00 
8,061 87 


19,474 66 
12.169 19 




145 90 














2,534 56 


8,992 59 


14,717 47 


17,447 77 


7,824 31 


12,252 34 


95,181 17 


104,327 46 


35,298 86 
















58.2 









" b " Operating losses shown in italics. 

" c " Dominion War Loan Investment. 

" n " Municipal debentures purchased for investment. 



68 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Brant ford 
26,601 


Brockville 
9,473 


Birford 
k 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Assets 

Lands and Buildings 

Sub-Station Equipment . . 


$ c. 

11,760 32 

47,275 84 

110,417 82 


$ c. 

11,784 14 

47,813 67 

114,028 43 


$ c. 
27,715 67 


$ c. 
27,715 67 


$ c. 
202 00 


$ c. 
202 00 


Dist. System, Overhead . . 
" Underground.. 


40,620 40 


48,811 12 


3,597 65 


3,892 05 


Line Transformers 

Meters 


32,655 96 
30,791 79 
15,995 87 
31,073 27 
24,690 95 


35,426 67 
36,442 06 
16,265 99 
31,670 56 
25,000 08 


13,091 29 
14,485 97 
11,985 05 


13,698 70 
16,063 76 
14,383 98 


983 23 
912 36 
213 40 


983 23 
1,075 04 


Street Light Equip.Regulai 
" Ornamental . 


213 40 


Miscel. Equip.and Con.Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant. . 


3,794 89 
52,200 08 


3,794 89 
52,200 08 


671 00 


671 00 


Old Plant 
























Total Plant 


304,661 82 

148 02 

1,826 31 

5,866 23 

25,795 06 


318,431 60 

3,427 59 

411 41 

11,571 01 

34,047 86 


163,893 35 

200 00 

4,112 98 

35,533 36 

25,737 53 

1,689 20 


176,668 20 

200 00 

16,850 23 

18,363 47 

30.996 74 

1,597 46 


6,579 64 

628 37 
80 53 


7,036 72 


Bank and Cash Balance. . 
Inventories 


107 25 
83 16 


Accounts Receivable .... 


80 98 


Sinking Fund 






Other Assets 
















Total Assets 


338,297 44 


367,889 47 


231,166 42 


244,676 10 


7,288 54 


7,308 11 






Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 

Debenture Balance 

Accounts Payable 


237,500 00 

22,831 81 

1,273 70 


252,500 00 
1,926 39 


149,233 88 

1,550 12 

28,005 28 


144,922 19 

1,946 47 

43,657 11 


4,523 30 
923 52 


4,348 26 


Bank Overdraft 




Other Liabilities 






















Total Liabilities 

Reserves 
Debentures Paid 


261,605 51 


254,426 39 


178,789 28 

8,119 46 
25,737 53 
13,000 00 

5,520 15 


190,525 77 
30,996 74 


5,446 82 


4,348 26 


Sinking Fund Reserve . . 


25,795 06 
32,408 22 
18,488 65 


34,047 86 
33,467 00 
45,948 22 




Depreciation Reserve . . . 


373 00 
992 02 


685 00 


Surplus 


10,722 44 


1 623 11 


Total Liabilities 




and Reserves. . . . 


338,297 44 


367,889 47 


231,166 42 


244,676 10 


7,288 54 


7,308 11 


Percentage of Net Debt 

to Total Assets 


77.6 


69.2 


77.4 


77.9 


75.1 


59.5 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



69 



"A"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Burgessville 
k 


Caledonia 
1,236 


Cannington 
746 


Chatham 
13,943 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

22,795 85 
13,883 63 
55,557 36 


$ c. 

22,920 60 
13,890 61 
61,188 23 














2,008 90 


2,008 90 


5,629 03 


5,749 02 


6,694 48 


6,826 07 


567 81 
359 22 
122 82 


567 81 
431 72 
122 82 


565 65 
951 04 
449 21 


713 00 
975 44 
449 21 


1,376 87 1,770 29 

2,197 54 2,300 41 

533 48! 533 48 


17,495 66 
17,734 80 
7,517 98 
26,907 19 
13,541 32 


22,774 35 

18,838 77 

7,600 48 

26,907 19 

16,551 21 


453 00 


453 00 


473 20 


473 20 


406 58 406 58 










3,609 37 3,609 37 


















3,511 75 


3,584 25 


8,068 13 
711 86 


8,359 87 
1,694 01 


14,818 32 15,446 20 

468 26 749 16 
699 38 423 30 
117 17 710 73 


175,433 79 

4,018 23 

27,942 85 

6,830 94 


190,671 44 
4 937 75 


28 00 


28 00 
115 49 


23,250 81 
5 887 10 


495 59 
















b 90 32 






b 382 72\ b 1,008 50 




b 4,055 71 










4,035 34 


3,818 06 


8,779 99 


10,053 88 


., ..j 
16,485 85 18,337 89 


214,225 81 


228,802 81 


3,304 00 
248 26 


3,197 10 


4,355 71 


4,255 33 


11,475 20 11,280 67 
3,720 85 5,067 89 


86,299 05 
92,956 98 


160,019 90 
23,650 62 


















d26,907 19 


d 26,907 19 














3,699 78 


3,226 16 


4,355 71 


4,255 33 


15,196 05 16,348 56 


206,163 22 


210,577 71 




289 00 


1,390 00 
2,765 99 


1,685 00 
3,744 88 


765 00 1,270 00 


4,361 64 


13,245 00 


139 56 














4,035 34 


3,818 06 


8,779 99 


10,053 88 


16,485 85; 18,337 89 


214,225 81 


228,802 81 


91.6 


81.8 


49.6 


42.4 


92.3 94.3 


96.4 


93.8 



" b " Operating losses shown in italics. 
" k " Less than 500 population. 



70 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Chatsworth 
k 


Chesterville 
868 


Cooks- 
town 

k 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


Assets 
Lands and Buildings 


$ c. 
65 00 


$ c. 
65 00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Sub-Station Equipment 






392 95 


Dist System Overhead 


3,507 03 


3,551 63 


5,108 43 


5,304 35 


8,229 93 


" " Underground. . 




546 92 
437 43 
207 29 


546 92 
437 43 
207 29 


1,930 73 

1,190 16 

306 46 


1,930 73 

1,444 11 

306 46 


1,347 78 

892 94 




Street Light Equipment, Regular... 
" " Ornamental . 


514 21 


Miscel. Equip, and Construction Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant 


312 12 


312 12 


552 68 


610 68 


1,410 12 


Old Plant 
























Total Plant 


5,075 79 


5,120 39 
112 12 


9,088 46 

409 57 

2,880 32 

128 97 


9,596 33 


12,787 93 
170 22 


Bank and Cash Balance 


Inventories 




2,114 14 
413 49 


9 72 


Accounts Receivable 


324 00 
140 00 

\>20 71 


640 34 
280 55 
hil2 73 


11 46 


Sinking Fund 




Other Assets 
















Total Assets 


5,560 50 


6,166 13 


12,507 32 


12,124 06 


12,979 33 






Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 
Debenture Balance 


4,000 00 

1,076 54 

178 96 


4,000 00 
1,515 58 


4,700 37 
5,076 20 


6,001 06 
1,592 39 


9,390 02 
2 694 98 


Accounts Payable 


Bank Overdraft 




Other Liabilities 








680 48 














Total Liabilities 


5,256 50 


5,515 58 


9,776 57 
299 63 


7,593 45 
498 94 


12 765 48 


Reserves 
Debentures Paid 




Sinking Fund Reserve 


140 00 
165 00 


280 55 
370 00 




Depreciation Reserve 


962 50 
1,468 62 


1,436 00 
2.595 67 




Surplus 


103 87 










Total Liabilities and Reserves . . . 


5,560 50 


6,166 13 


12,507 32 


12,124 06 


12,979 33 


Percentage of Net Debt to Total Assets 


94.8 


89.4 


80.6 62.6 





" b " Operating losses shown in italics. 
" k " Less than 500 population. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



71 



"A"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Chesley 
1,860 


Clinton 
1,981 


Coldwater 
617 


Collingwood 
7,010 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
275 00 


$ c. 
275 00 


$ c. 

4,343 60 

7,920 80 

28,131 15 


$ c. 

4,343 60 
10,495 63 
31,608 90 


587 42 


587 42 
15,358 85 


7,738 47 
11,373 27 


7,738 47 
11,717 79 


14,990 79 


5,327 11 


5,766 23 


1,770 07 

2,262 04 

817 76 


2,416 44 

2,626 98 

817 76 


2,723 51 

3,273 06 

206 41 


3,371 68 

3,412 21 

206 41 


1,010 77 

1,193 44 

354 20 


1,206 07 

1,257 34 

354 20 


8,199 96 

12,592 21 

2,400 25 


9,242 84 

14,525 40 

2,400 25 


2,792 44 


3,039 88 


3,310 45 


3,310 45 


132 53 


132 53 


5,509 73 


5,409 73 


5,503 60 


5,503 60 


11,502 55 


11,300 78 






359 17 


359 17 










28,724 12 
977 22 


30,350 93 


40,127 72 

395 65 
2,919 02 

139 17 
3,529 78 


41,057 79 

1,845 31 

1,805 06 

192 46 

4,502 27 


8,293 05 
1,798 45 


8,991 37 


69.456 87 

11,244 46 
271 54 

7,857 10 


78,385 52 

6,799 84 
468 91 


351 50 


365 00 
114 54 


19 87 
2,423 50 


198 73 


269 00 


7,189 93 






























30,251 57 


30,830 47 


47,111 34 


49,402 89 


10,360 50 


11,434 74 


88,829 97 


92,844 20 


21,173 94 
5,929 36 


25,326 95 
108 60 
240 32 


40,500 00 


40,500 00 


6,580 35 
83 07 


6,460 63 
538 53 


27,786 70 
10,184 50 


25,416 38 
5,150 97 




































27,103 30 


25,675 87 


40,500 00 


40,500 00 


6,663 42 


6,999 16 


37,971 20 


30,567 35 




3,529 78 

2,120 00 

961 56 


4,502 27 

4,030 00 

370 62 




715 00 
1,107 21 


1,689 00 
1,292 55 


1,810 00 
1,467 43 


2,225 00 
1,671 21 


12,090 00 
27,145 18 


14,605 00 
33,677 94 


30,251 57 


30,830 47 


47,111 34 


49,402 89 


10,360 50 


11,434 74 


88,829 97 


92,844 20 


94.9 


83.3 


86. 2 


89.3 


64.3 


61.2 


42.8 


32.9 



72 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Comber 
k 


Creeniore 
599 


Delaware 
k 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Assets 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Lands ana r$uiiu.iiig& 









Sub-Station jiiquipuieut . . 
Dist. System, Overhead... 


3,665 73 


3,560 02 


4,575 19 


4,643 02 


2,101 21 


2,101 21 


Line Transformers 


420 25 
631 83 
199 55 


420 25 
631 83 
199 55 


681 39 
895 46 
272 07 


872 91 

1,066 07 

272 Q7 


216 75 
316 06 
106 93 


216 75 
334 56 


Meters • • • • • ■ ■ ■ 

Street Light Equip. Regular 


106 93 


Miscel. Equip, and Con. Exp. 


929 11 


929 11 


185 41 


185 41 


203 81 


203 81 


Steam or riyaraun^ rwui. . 




2,651 15 


2,651 15 




Old .riant 








5,846 47 

85 74 

16 80 

114 63 


5,740 76 

110 92 
2 67 


9,260 67 

373 47 

64 54 
73 34 


9,690 63 

131 66 

83 33 
91 81 


2,944 76 

315 60 

l!022 52 



2,963 26 


1 Otai ri.d.U-1 

Bank and Cash Balance . 


291 68 


mvenioi ie» 

Accounts Receivable 


1,083 87 




Sinking r unu. 




hi 41 23 







hi 9 27 


Other Assets 








Total Assets 


6,063 64 


5,995 58 


9,772 02 


9,997 43 


4,282 88 


4,418 08 


Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 

Debenture Balance 

Accounts Payable 


4,535 03 
127 70 


4,330 59 
416 58 


5,937 48 
1,651 23 


5,727 04 
586 69 


3,876 57 
71 12 


3,810 19 
81 08 




512 10 


















Total Liabilities 

Reserves 

Debentures Paid 

QiniHnp- TTMinri Reserve . . . 


5.174 83 
514 97 


4.747 17 
719 41 


7,588 71 
562 52 


6,313 73 
772 96 


3,947 69 


3,891 27 
189 81 


Depreciation Reserve 


322 00 

51 84 


529 00 


430 00 
1,190 79 


1,070 00 
1,840 74 


180 00 
31 76 


337 00 


Total Liabilities and 
Reserves 






6,063 64 


5,995 58 


9,772 02 


9,997 43 


4,282 88 


4,418 08 


Percentage of Net Debt to 
Total Assets 


85.3 


79.2 


77.9 


63.2 




88.7 



b " Operating losses shown in italics, 
k " Less than 500 population. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



73 



" A "—Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Dashwood 
k 


Dorchester 
k 


Drumbo 
k 


Dresden 
1,403 


Dublin 
k 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
85 00 


$ c. 
85 00 












523 00 
6,014 04 


523 00 
6,304 99 




1,662 89 


2,941 03 


2,953 50 


2,646 78 


2,677 53 


3,939 83 


3,756 83 


953 68 
863 80 
139 19 


929 59 
769 69 
212 34 


859 59 
835 91 
212 34 


316 55 
664 63 
129 89 


316 55 
664 63 
129 89 


1,418 21 

2,746 76 

728 53 


2,022 70 
3,205 98 

774 82 


660 75 
478 99 
411 71 


660 75 
478 99 
411 71 


291 87 


326 54 


328 41 


201 16 


229 66 


404 24 


408 09 


320 08 


705 56 








' 


5,621 16 


5,616 16 
















3,911 43 
452 19 


5,179 19 
163 20 


5,189 75 
243 65 


3,959 01 
468 84 


4,018 26 
605 55 


17,455 94 

458 59 
893 17 


18,855 74 

217 56 

586 03 


5,896 36 

768 67 

1,174 25 

83 33 


6,098 84 

270 83 
430 08 


5 24 


522 13 


522 13 


462 97 


399 32 


375 42 






















bl68 07 




bl7 SO 


















4,368 86 


5,864'52 


5,955 53 


4,890 82 


5,023 13 


18,807 70 


19,827 40 


7,922 61 


7,192 67 


3,303 66 
545 36 


4,167 32 
368 36 


4,095 97 
31 50 


4,286 47 


4,208 06 


14,702 57 
1,733 84 


14,035 99 
2,091 15 


5,000 00 
2,639 58 


4,705 33 
1,967 67 




















117 98 
























3,849 02 


4,535 68 


4,127 47 


4,286 47 


4,208 06 
291 94 


16,554 39 


16,127 14 


7,639 58 


6,673 CO 
294 67 








145 00 


535 00 
661 16 


751 00 

873 03 


245 17 
145 65 


425 96 
97 17 


629 74 
87 89 


1,498 00 




225 00 


278 50 


283 03 










4,368 86 


5,864 52 


5,955 53 


4,890 82 


5,023 13 


18,807 70 


19,827 40 


7,922,61 


7,192 67 










83.8 








92.8 



" ib " Operating losses shown in italics. 
" k " Less than 500 population. 



74 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Drayton 
613 


Dundas 
4,834 


Durmville 
3,237 


Dutton 
840 




1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


1 
1917 


1918 


Assets 

T nndc: and RuildinCS .... 


$ c. 


$ c. 

8,373 32 

4,846 17 

39,935 78 


$ c. 

8,371 15 

5,199 17 

41,397 07 


$ c. 

3,379 78 
16,906 08 
22,070 11 


$ c. 


$ c. 


^nh^Station Eauipment . . 








Dist. System, Overhead... 
" " Underground.. 


3,017 91 



5,165 79 


5,876 77 


Line Transformers 


1,893 92 

1,588 24 

567 13 


9,558 43 
9,712 08 
1,740 34 


9,558 43 

10,658 16 

1 ,740 34 


4,770 42 
3,493 56 
2,320 25 
4,749 97 
4,619 97 


778 24 

1,726 34 

441 01 


1,709 74 
2,033 91 
- 441 01 


Street Light Equip. Regular 
" " " Ornamental. 


Miscel. Equip, and Con. Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant. . . 


388 37 


5,951 01 


5,951 01 


256 99 


288 17 


Old Plant 


2,299 25 


1,942 38 


" 1,867 38 


10,983 13 












Total Plant 


9,754 82 

381 11 
15 00 


82,059 51 


84,742 71 


73,293 27 


8,368 67 

2,632 27 
143 68 


10,349 60 


Bank and Cash Balance . . 


778 42 




1,568 50 
3,565 58 


1,167 19 


158 68 
1,346 02 


140 67 


Accounts Receivable 


113 59 


Sinking Fund 








Other Assets • • • 










c 100 00 


cl,000 00 
















10,150 93 


87,193 59 


85,909 90 


74,797 97 


11 244 3212,382 28 






Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 

Debenture Balance 

Accounts Payable 


9,379 84 
137 14 


49,127 83 


48,167 73 


51,618 97 
8,771 47 
7,023 96 


8,407 49 8,265 35 


9,433 97 


2,527 84 























Total Liabilities 

Reserves 
Debentures Paid 


9,516 98 
120 16 


58,561 80 
3,872 17 


50,695 57 
4,832 27 


67,414 40 


8,407 49 


8,265 35 
142 14 


Sinking Fund Reserve ...» 






Depreciation Reserve 


236 00 
277 79 


11,939 00 

12,820 62 


20,444 00 
9,938 06 




485 00 
2,351 83 


i 1,041 00 


Surplus 

Total Liabilities and 
Reserves 


6,002 54 


2,933 79 


10,150 93 


87,193 59 


85,909 90 


74,797 97 


11,244 32 


12,382 28 


Percentage of Net Debt to 
Total Assets 


93.7 


67.0 


59.0 


90.1 




74.5 


66.7 



Dominion War Loan Investment. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



75 



"A" — Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Derby 
Township 


Dereham 
Township 


Dorchester 

South 
Township 


Dundalk 
750 


Durham 
1,520 


Elmwood 
k 


1918 


1918 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 












584 88 
12,222 48 


584 88 
12,345 00 




90 41 


5,492 37 


626 64 


5,184 53 


5,327 23 


4,477 88 


73 32 
32 05 


10,069 27 
1,927 42 


338 93 
77 93 


551 73 
615 15 

510 82 


939 81 
749 19 
510 82 


1,720 42 

1,108 04 

699 56 


1,720 42 

1,189 24 

699 56 


803 88 
507 58 
255 71 








14 68 


204 94 


30 07 


228 69 


228 69 


547 24 


547 24 


982 48 








893 30 


393 30 


1,506 51 


1,506 51 












210 46 


17,694 00 


1,073 57 


7,984 22 
2 79 


8,149 04 

808 85 
64 27 


18,389 13 

126 07 
19 27 
50 00 


18,592 85 

603 61 
8 07 

268 82 


7,027 53 
133 " 69 












2,781 83 
440 10 


30 04 
52 20 




993 81 














hi ,252 80 


hi, 86 7 88 
















210 46 


20,915 93 


1,155 81 


7,987 01 


9,022 16 


19,837 27 


21,341 23 


8,155 03 








5,400 89 


4,901 04 
290 00 


17,136 08 
1,267 27 


16,594 92 
2,005 23 


3,854 32 


2i6 46 


20,413 08 


1,103 61 


4,127 17 






































210 46 


■20,413 08 


1,103 61 


5,495 25 


5,191 04 


18,403 35 


18,600 15 


7,981 49 




440 10 


52 20 






240 00 
1,315 75 


890 00 
1,505 26 


570 00 


1,336 00 






62 75 




27 86 












210 46 


20,915 93 


1,155 81 


7,987 01 


9,022 16 


19,837 27 


21,341 23 


8,155 03 








68.6 


57.5 






97.9 















1 b " Operating losses shown in italics, 
k " Less than 500 population. 



76 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


(Elm vale 
k 


Elora 
1,177 


Etnbro 
k 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Assets 

Lands and Buildings 


$ c. 
106 25 


$ c. 
106 25 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Sub-Station Equipment . . 










Dist. System, Overhead... 
" " Underground . . 


5,871 65 


6,243 75 


7,920 03 


8,297 10 


5,415 37 


5,698 86 


Line Transformers 

Meters 


755 41 

1,164 04 

317 98 


1,774 30 
1,479 67 

317 98 


3,737 14 

1,788 63 

438 33 


* 4,473 03 

1,908 64 

438 33 


657 79 
902 16 
209 29 


681 92 
988 88 


Street Light Equip. Regular 
" " " Ornamental 


209 29 


Miscel. Equip, and Con. Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant . . 


455 93 


455 93 


926 18 


926 18 


249 84 


296 90 


Old Plant 






1,408 35 


1,425 47 


426 25 


429 25 










Total Plant 


8,671 26 

472 00 
489 81 


10,377 88 

387 25 
427 03 


16,218 66 

104 35 
1,129 28 


17,468 75 

892 70 
1,389 36 


7,860 70 

160 62 
84 00 
15 36 


8,305 10 


Bank and Cash Balance . 
Inventories 


135 91 
24 65 


Accounts Receivable 


105 00 105 00 


225 26 


Sinking Fund 




59 35 




Other Assets 








b518 99 
















Total Assets 


9,738 07 


11,297 16 


17,452 29 


19,810 16 


8,120 68 


9,209 91 


Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 
Debenture Balance 


6,417 81 


6,283 34 
881 50 


12,010 89 
26 45 


11,665 44 






Accounts Payable 


6,905 40 


7,153 67 


Bank Overdraft 








Other Liabilities 




























Total Liabilities 

Reserves 

Debentures Paid 

Sinking Fund Reserve . . . 


6,417 81 
582 19 


7,164 84 
716 66 


12,037 34 
989 11 


11,665 44 

59 35 
2,211 00 
4,539 81 


6,905 40 


7,153 67 


Depreciation Reserve 

Surplus 


1,355 00 
1,383 07 


1,747 00 
1,668 66 


1,335 00 
3,090 84 


760 00 
260 90 


1,200 00 


Total Liabilities and 
Reserves 




9,738 07 


11,297 16 


17,452 29 


19,810 16 


8,120 68 


9,209 91 


Percentage of Net Debt to 
Total Assets 


65.8 


63.5 


69.3 


58.9 


85.2 


80.2 







" b " Operating losses shown in italics. 
" k " Less than 500 population. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



77 



"A" — Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Elmira 
2,065 


Etobicoke 
Township 


Exeter 
1,504 


Fergus 
1,679 


Flesherton 
k 


1917 


1918 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 1918 


$ c. 


.$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 




















10,533 25 


11,670 99 


1,397 93 


11,961 77 


12,122 07 


10,471 19 


10,804 01 


3,910 09 


4,138 74 


3,605 74 
3,234 72 

607 84 


4,645 95 

3,598 43 

607 84 


977 26 

1,808 84 

124 48 


2,445 11 

2,390 48 

721 38 


2,415 94 

2,560 53 

732 08 


2,713 77 

2,875 84 

838 27 


3,103 50 

3,184 38 

838 27 


206 83 
518 74 
384 61 


759 83 
532 49 
384 61 


2,076 74 


2,076 74 


1,864 63 


1,459 48 


1,549 48 


562 37 


562 37 


"mii 


814 11 


2,295 52 


2,295 52 


34,444 23 






2,546 59 


2,546 59 
















22,353 81 

5,277 18 

155 75 

27 30 


24,895 47 

4,508 34 
123 00 


40,617 37 

1,211 66 

19 73 

292 59 


18,978 22 

3,144 31 

1,478 70 

110 00 


19,380 10 

3,203 41 
1,396 71 


20,008 03 

377 96 

1,715 67 

197 67 


21,039 12 

955 43 

1,925 36 

201 58 


5,834 38 

625 43 
396 39 
558 23 


6,629 78 

641 09 

254 88 

43 02 














bm 43 




n3,666 66 








h238 85 














27,81404 


29,526 81 


42,865 78 


23,711 23 


26,980 22 


22,299 33 24,121 49 


7,414 43 


7,807 62 


18,893 31 


18,573 93 


35,021 36 
1,689 78 


19,141 00 
247 79 


18,679 00 
247 79 


15,300 22 15,040 84 
379 35 507 39 


5,330 30 
1,531 19 


5,239 03 
1,631 62 








































18,893 31 


18,573 93 


36,711 14 


19,388-79 


18,926 79 


15,679 57 15,548 23 


6,861 49 


6,870 65 


2,890 00 
4,924 04 


3,688 00 
5,838 81 


5,176 00 


615 00 

2,848 39 


1,433 00 
5,299 38 


1,800 00 2,645 00 
4,119 98 4,969 10 


175 00 
208 24 


676 00 








27,814 04 


29,526 81 


42,865 78 


23,711 23 


26,980 22 


22,299 33 24,121 49 


7,414 43 


7,807 62 












1 







" ib " Operating losses shown in italics. 

" k " Less than 500 population. 

" n " Municipal debentures purchased for investment. 



78 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Forest 
1,421 


Gait 
11,920 


Granton 
k 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Assets 

Lands and Buildings .... 


$ c. 
4,500 00 


$ c.l $ c. 
4,500 00 12.690 11 


$ c. 

14,775 09 

33,651 23 

128,383 69 


$ c. 


$ c. 


SutnStation Equipment . . 




31,120 80 
126,117 03 






Dist. System, Overhead... 
" " Underground . . 


3,551 75 


3,958 38 


2,819 42 


2,817 92 


Line Transformers 

Meters 

Street Light Equip. Regular 
" " " Ornamental, 


2,291 95 
4,188 54 
1,340 50 


2,425 75 
4,502 48 
1,353 37 


21,478 78 
33,354 19 
8,936 41 
53,237 82 
12,295 40 


22,290 89 
34,981 99 
8,936 41 
53,522 67 
12,375 20 


623 16 
605 28 
149 27 


623 16 
611 99 
149 27 


Miscel. Equip, and Con. Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant . . . 


102 30 


102 30 


110 28 


110 28 


Old Plant 


19,874 95 


17,687 49 




















Total Plant 


35,849 99 

879 25 

2,210 86 

702 50 


34,529 77 

582 41 
1,877 47 
2,193 23 


299,229 92 


308,917 17 


4,307 41 


4,312 62 


Bank and Cash Balance . . 


90 24 


Inventories 


4,515 99 

1,623 32 

33,245 80 


3,188 07 

1,623 32 

40,524 35 






Accounts Receivable 






'Sinking Fund 






Other Assets 
























Total Assets 


39,642 60 


39,182 88 


338,615 03 


354,252 91 


4,307 41 


4,402 86 






Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 

Debenture Balance 

Accounts Payable 


30,655 27 
2,847 63 


29,493 65 
1,764 88 


178,902 34 


184,477 49 


3,408 80 

417 53 

40 87 


3,359 06 
463 70 


Bank Overdraft 


48,041 24 


27,866 68 




Other Liabilities 






















Total Liabilities 

Reserves 
Debentures Paid 


33,502 90 
3,744 73 


31,258 53 
4,906 35 


226,943 58 


212,344 17 


3,867 20 
91 20 


3,822 76 
140 94 


Sinking Fund Reserve . . . 


33,245 80 
54,100 00 
24,325 65 


40,524 35 
50,048 0C 
51,336 3£ 




Depreciation Reserve 




974 0C 
2,044 0C 


145 00 
204 01 


343 00 


Surplus 


2,394 97 
39,642 60 


96 16 


Total Liabilities and 
Reserves 




39,182 8* 


1 338,615 OS 


354,252 91 


4,307 41 


4,402 86 


Percentage of Net Debt to 
Total Assets 


84.6 


79.8 


67.0 


59.7 


90.0 


86.8 







k" Less than 500 population. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



79 



" A " — Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Georgetown 
1,654 


Goderich 
4,553 


Grand Valley 
586 


Gravenhurst 
1,600 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 
12 00 


$ c. 
12 00 


$ c. 

12,915 81 

9,943 24 

29,806 75 


$ c. 

12,915 81 

9,943 24 

31,099 48 


$ c. 
36 50 


$ c. 
36 50 


$ c. 

12,258 29 
11,309 97 
26,100 87 


$ c. 

12,258 29 
12 030 88 


16,873 07 


17,207 98 


7,608 38 


7,846 94 


26,161 85 


6,471 35 

4,553 47 

985 39 


6,471 35 

4,930 84 

985 39 


8,583 22 

10,830 89 

4,915 52 


8,694 91 
7,192 65 
4,170 27 


685 05 
957 33 
455 61 


686 05 
965 98 
455 61 


766 90 

3,848 00 

692 40 


1,133 74 

3,880 10 

695 45 


1,397 65 


'i',397 65 


3,990 81 


4,005 81 


201 17 


201 17 


1,542 00 


1,542 00 


2,209 80 


2,209 80 


6 483 55 


14 622 1K 


919 85 


919 85 














32,502 73 
3,417 71 


33,215 01 

1,903 28 

1,899 13 

612 57 

666 60 

c5,000 00 


87,469 79 

3,891 70 

653 32 

8,210 27 

2,999 20 


92,644 32 

7,131 15 
1,010 20 
1,499 38 
3,886 32 


10,863 89 

585 02 

213 05 

62 20 


11,112 10 


56,518 43 

870 52 

1,390 52 

2,617 44 

3,122 74 

55,424 66 


57,702 31 
1,797 52 


1,231 95 
534 71 


136 54 
611 69 


1,651 51 
2,046 55 
3,661 53 


c 200 00 


b 70 49 


b 461 98 


54,134 43 










37.887 10 


43,296 59 


103,224 28 


106,171 37 


11,794 65 


12.322 31 


120,044 31 


120,893 85 


18,893 29 

428 40 


18,573 90 


49,463 55 
7,667 97 


47,611 11 

2,991 28 


10,700 97 
794 65 


10,384 00 

61 47 

454 84 


93,247 16 
597 76 


90,515 91 
315 56 






26 02 
































19,321 69 


18,573 90 

666 60 

6,746 00 

15,883 99 


57,131 52 

2,999 20 
12,720 00 
23,749 06 


50.602 39 

8,476 94 

3,886 32 

13,519 00 

29,686 72 


11,495 62 


10,900 31 
616 00 


93,844 92 

2,659 16 
3,377 00 
1,064 40 


90,857 49 
2,966 16 


5,220 00 




806 00 


5,579 00 


12,238 70 




819 56 










37,887 10 


43,296 59 


103,224 28 


106,171 37 


11,794 65 


12,322 32 


120,044 31 


120,893 85 


51.2 


42.9 


55.5 


47.7 


98.4 


88.4 . 


81.5 


75.1 



" b " Operating losses shown in italics. 
" c " Dominion War Loan Investment. 



80 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Grantham 
'Township 


Guelph 
16,022 


Hanover 
3,310 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


Assets 
Lands and Buildings .... 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

7,547 56 
52,259 46 
65,101 19 


$ c. 

88,193 01 
64,621 31 
67,273 14 


$ c. 
64 80 


Sub4Station Equipment . 






540 81 


Dist. System, Overhead . . . 
" Underground . . 


5.333 60 


5,669 03 


34,150 42 


Line Transformers 

Meters 


1,426 35 
830 96 


2,718 71 
1,398 11 


11,523 88 
36,192 82 
25,851 60 


11,793 95 
35,890 40 
25,851 60 


5,152 11 
4,734 41 
1 421 20 


Street Light Equip.Regular 


" Ornamental . 








Miscel. Equip. and Con. Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant. . 


110 19 


110 19 


7,072 38 
a32,843 73 


7,692 53 
al7,433 32 


5,285 20 


Old Plant 






7,900 00 














Total Plant 

Bank and Cash Balance . 
Inventories « 


7,701 10 
209 44 


9,896 04 
182 75 


238,392 62 

6,067 81 
23,123 74 
19,624 01 
21,599 14 
c4,786 70 


238,749 26 

32.539 32 
20,456 60 
13,196 90 
24,683 15 
c5,000 00 


59,248 95 

2,317 30 
2,474 55 


Accounts Receivable 

Sinking Fund 


801 43 

558 24 

hi, 66 I U 


671 55 

2,586 82 
h2,629 36 


857 91 


Other Assets 


hl60 20 






Total Assets 


10,931 35 


15,966 52 


313,594 02 


334.625 23 


65,058 91 


Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 

Debenture Balance 

Accounts Payable 

Bank Overdraft .... 


7,500 00 
2,609 11 


7,500 00 
5,118 70 


120,949 86 
10,853 76 


118,597 25 
6,867 22 


38,912 62 
23,218 91 


Other Liabilities 
























Total Liabilities 

Reserves 
Debentures Paid 


10,109 11 


12,618 70 


131,803 62 

21,599 14 
80,720 92 
55,420 21 


125,464 47 

24,683 15 

51,462 90 

106,611 97 


62,131 53 


Sinking Fund Reserve . . . 


558 24 
264 00 


2,586 82 
761 00 




Depreciation Reserve . . . 
Surplus 


1,840 00 


Total Liabilities 

and Reserves 








10,931 35 


15,966 52 


313,594 02 


334,625 23 


65,058 91 


Percentage of Net Debt 

to Total Assets 






42.1 















" a " Motors rented to consumers. 
"b" Operating losses shown in italics. 
" c " Dominion War Loan Investment. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



81 



A" — Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Hamilton 
104,491 


Hagersville 
1,053 


Harris ton 
1,563 


Henscll 
717 


1917 1918 

1 


1917 


1918 


1917 1918 


1917 1918 


$ c. 
72,455 26 


$ c. 

96,526 76 
101.878 64 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


101,604 78 






600 00 

7,585 16 


600 00 

7,777 51 






387,077 02 392,924 16 
157,888 19 1 59.981 71 


6,743 81 


6,816 55 


6,390 58 


6,590 06 


128,353 84 

173,294 57 

94,146 71 


145,459 10 

184,740 15 

94,244 91 


1,203 27 

2,138 50 

435 35 


1,203 27 

2,181 05 

435 35 


1,873 48 

2,371 38 

350 00 


1,873 48 

2,725 03 

350 00 


1,154 42 

1,670 56 

410 85 


2,250 85 

1,670 56 

419 35 


136,749 89 


137,368 25 


101 80 104 80 


430 83 


430 83 


447 50 


447 50 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 






1,130 83 


1,080 83 


400 00 


400 00 










1,253,570 26 


1,315,123 68 


10,622 73 

1,331 60 
251 39 


10,741 02 

1,175 67 
240 26 


14,341 68 

213 28 
1,250 00 
1,498 82 


14,837 68 


10,473 91 

2,840 78 
52 35 
65 00 


11,778 32 


60,420 92 48,736 82 
121,098 92 154 100 04 


1,925 79 
884 33 


246 73 
1,987 72 


96,894 78 


120,995 76 
1,300 50 








8,358 87 


c2,500 00 


c4,500 00 








384 47 












1,540,343 75 


1,640,256 80 


14,705 72 


16,656 95 


17,303 78 


' 17,647 80 


13,432 04 


14,397 24 


1,020.000 00 
119,152 86 


1,014,556 33 

102,336 76 

23,054 17 

26,230 93 


7,420 07 


7,240 28 


12,351 74 
1,774 26 


11,833 35 
1,358 42 


9,861 95 
3,049 65 


9,715 90 
3,326 35 


3,087 87 








37,567 41 








76 25 
















1,179,808 14 


1,166,178 19 
5,443 67 

120 UQK 7fi 


7,420 07 
579 93 


7,240 28 
759 72 


14,126)00 
966 29 


13,242 88 
1,484 68 


12,987 85 
138 05 


13,042 25 


96,894 78 




145,065 16 1QQ 204 00. 


1,735 00 
4,970 72 


2,230 00 
6,426 95 


810 00 
1,401 49 


1,049 00 
1,871 24 




801 00 


118,575 67 


148,435 09 


306 14 


269 89 


1,540,343 75 


1,640,256 80 


14,705 72 


16,656 95 


17,303 78 


17,647 80 


13,432 04 


14,397 24 


76.5 


71.1 


50.4 


43.5 


81.6 


75.0 


91.5 


90.5 



Dominion War Loan Investment. 



82 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Hespeler 
2,886 


High gate 
k 


Holstein 
k 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Assets 
Lands and Buildings 


$ c. 

3,499 23 

8,502 78 

7,662 72 




$ c. 

3,499 23 
8,505 67 
8,076 98 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Sub-Station Equipment . . 










Dist. System, Overhead... 
" Underground . . 


3,346 69 


3,474 37 


1,649 25 


1,876 94 


Line Transformers 

Meters 


5,144 73 
4,959 26 


5,144 73 
5,309 91 
1,019 93 


1,464 37 
714 32 
282 15 


1,464 37 
921 92 
282 15 


145 33 
192 42 
141 25 


994 98 
193 62 
141 25 


Street Light Equip. Regular 
" " Ornamental 


1,019 93 


Miscel. Equip, and Con. Exp 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant. . 


93 08 


93 08 


393 65 


453 85 


164 71 


164 71 


Old Plant 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 




















Total Plant 


33,881 73 
1,850 65 


34,649 53 
1,930 89 


6,201 18 

2 76 
136 52 
140 51 


6,596 66 

101 30 

20 53 

359 99 


2,292 96 

328 09 

"ii6*67 


3,371 50 

237 28 
40 66 
75 17 


Bank and Cash Balance . 
Inventories 


Accounts Receivable 

iSinking Fund 


3,884 37 


4,066 18 


Other Assets 




n2,500 00 






b 123 83 


b 185 00 












Total Assets 


39,616 75 


43,146 60 


6,480 97 


7,078 48 


2,855 55 


3 909 fil 






Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 

Debenture Balance 

Accounts Payable 


23,015 60 


21,034 55 


4,924 74 
1,216 26 


4,845 72 
1,195 87 


2,585 22 
18 50 


2,489 44 
1,107 87 










vjiner l^iaDiiities 




























Total Liabilities 

Reserves 

Debentures Paid 

Sinking Fund Reserve . . . 

Depreciation Reserve 

Surplus . 


23,015 60 
9,554 91 


21,034 55 
11,535 96 


6,141 00 
75 26 


6,041 59 


2,603 72 


3,597 31 


4,623 56 
2,422 68 


7,779 56 
2,796 53 




237 00 
645 61 


75 00 


39 69 


Total Liabilities and 


264 ii 








Reserves 


39,616 75 


43,146 60 


6,480 97 


7,078 48 


2,855 55 






3,909 61 


Percentage of Net Debt to 
Total Assets 


58.2 


48.7 


94.8 


85.4 


96.5 


96.5 







" b " Operating losses shown in italics. 
" k " Less than 500 population. 

" n " Municipal Debentures purchased for investment. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



83 



"A" — Continued. 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Huntsville 
2,135 


Ingersoll 
5,300 


Kitchener 
19,380 


Kingston 
22,265 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


$ c. 

326 49 

647 30 

7,021 76 


$ c. 

326 49 

647 30 

7,328 75 


$ c. 

3,057 57 
10,302 31 
32,846 23 


$ c. 

3,057 57 
10,302 31 
33,514 61 


$ c. 

31,500 59 
90,345 62 
99,625 40 
6,864 35 
41,638 16 
50,442 79 
20,695 08 

"6," 768*51 


$ c. 

31,516 11 

89,080 69 
102,069 74 
6,871 55 
45,948 86 
54,237 94 
20,772 49 

"773*58 


$ c. 

40,799 93 
10,983 38 
95,330 98 
41,115 42 


895 69 

4,388 58 

605 92 


1,116 85 

4,416 84 

605 92 


9,229 34 
12,025 63 
2,336 01 
4,597 59 
8,431 30 


9,254 34 
12,644 07 
2,336 01 
4,597 59 
8,331 30 


25,390 14 
43,076 49 
13,099 87 
22,650 58 


2i9 92 


219 92 


39,256 99 
73 349 92 


7,790 33 


7,790 33 


21,834 93 


20,675 71 


52,536 31 


52,536 31 


14,575 47 


21,895 99 

1,909 13 

1,357 62 

140 33 


22,452 40 

1,441 14 

1,675 98 

99 27 


104,660 91 

5,747 19 

1,401 74 

7,429 91 

12,507 98 

c 2,400 00 


104,713 51 

3,663 46 

2,003 37 

5,547 06 

14,856 74 

c 13,000 00 


400,416 81 

25 00 

6,571 57 

10,056 97 


403,807 27 

6,273 83 
13,341 21 
12,190 36 


419,629 17 

25 00 

22,910 55 

8,887 59 

22,471 59 






16,864 19 


24,657 06 










25,303 07 


25,668 79 


134,147 73 


143,784 14 


433,934 54 


460,269 73 


473,924 20 


17,214 79 
5,594 60 


16,449 24 
2,660 28 
1,632 37 


79,800 00 
1,829 26 


79,800 00 
1,830 03 


228,437 78 
10,847 93 


220,313 54 
7,078 12 


282,253 40 

160 00 

15,807 66 




d 4,597 59 


d 4,597 59 


4,708 92 


4,537 45 










22,809 39 
918 75 


20,741 89 
1,684 30 


86,226 85 


86,227 62 


243,994 63 
71,712 22 


231,929 11 
79,836 46 


298,221 06 
29,646 59 




12,507 98 
14,910 0(J 
20,502 90 


14,856 74 
16,730 00 
25,969 78 


22,471 59 


775 00 
799 93 


1,695 00 
1,547 60 


63,441 49 
54,786 20 


76,387 00 
72,117 16 


10,295 00 
113,289 96 


25,303 07 


25,668 79 


134,147 73 


143,784 14 


433,934 54 


460,269 73 


473,924 20 


90.2 


80.9 


64.4 


60.0 


56.3 


50.2 


62.9 



" c " Dominion War Loan Investment. 

"d" Local Improvement Debentures re Ornamental Street Lighting. 



84 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Lambeth 
k 


London 
57,301 


Louth 
Township 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


Assets 
Lands and Buildings .... 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

111,472 11 

176,595 22 

359,065 47 

352 43 

44,625 38 
139,482 06 

41,744 46 


$ c. 

215,283 28 

226.413 64 
397,776 24 

352 43 
52,881 39 

160.414 05 
41,823 54 


$ c. 


Sub-Station Equipment . . 








Dist. System, Overhead . 
" Underground.. 


2,709 30 


2,709 30 


721 21 


Line Transformers 

Meters 

Street Light Equip. Regular 


626 66 
910 43 
159 37 


288 86 
910 43 
159 37 


903 81 
282 53 


" Ornamental . 




Miscel. Equip.and Con. Exp 


214 73 


214 73 


56,143 76 


58,008 70 




Steam or Hydraulic Plant. 




Old Plant 














4,620 49 
292 63 


4,282 69 
1,086 22 








Total Plant 


929,480 89 

3,943 24 

110,574 77 

109,790 13 

53,746 38 

75,917 34 


1,152,953 27 

5,636 36 
75,636 48 
88,329 07 
66,463 08 


1 907 55 


Bank and Cash Balance. . 




Inventories 




Accounts Receivable 

Sinking Fund 


35 00 


414 70 


34 00 
69 69 


Other Assets 






b U 97 










Total Assets 


4,948 12 


5,783 61 


1,283,452 75 


1,389,018 26 


2,036 21 






Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 
Debenture Balance 


3,876 57 
279 08 


3,810 19 
479 51 


700,290 11 

108,744 14 

50,598 12 

2,085 50 


719,565 66 

76.132 £3 

61,564 32 

8,335 47 




Accounts Payable 

Bank Overdraft 


219 84 
1,692 68 


Other Liabilities 
















Total Liabilities 

Reserves 

Debentures Paid 

Sinking Fund Reserve . . 


4,155 65 
123 43 


4,289 70 
189 81 


861,717 87 

41,609 89 

53,746 38 

160,927 68 

165,450 93 


865,598 28 

47,334 34 

66,463 08 

184,429 44 

225,193 12 


1,912 52 
"69*69 


Depreciation Reserve . . . 
Surplus 


260 00 
409 04 


548 00 
756 10 


54 00 


Total Liabilities 

and Reserves 




4,948 12 


5,783 61 


1,283,452 75 


1,389,018 26 


2,036 21 


Percentage of Net Debt 

to Total Assets 


84.4 


74.2 


67.0 











" b " Operating losses shown in italics. 
" k " Less than 500 population. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



85 



"A"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Listowell 
2,291 


Lucan 
643 


Lynden 
k 


Midland 
7,109 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,229 07 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
241 18 


$ c. 
241 18 


$ c. 

8,501 71 

8,407 78 

38,315 57 




$ c. 
10,674 75 








16,403 19 


4,683 86 


16,119 44 


5,883 94 


5,952 08 


2,492 73 


2,492 73 


43,408 71 


3,505 35 
3,653 76 
5,467 63 


6,067 60 
5,284 55 
1,238 10 
5,753 64 
1,275 77 


1,696 58 

1,735 45 

372 54 


2,165 48 

1,763 73 

372 54 


942 37 
531 82 
137 90 


942 37 
531 82 
137 90 


10,969 39 

13,391 70 

3,929 75 


11,195 67 

14,806 21 

3,965 30 


1,018 98 


373 49 


395 99 


200 32 


200 32 


3,500 58 


3,500 58 


19,563 27 


4,959 40 


2,860 45 


2,860 45 




7,007.84 


15,415 62 


i 




37,892 85 
3,634 93 


41,927 57 

5,356 88 

1,843 23 

945 33 


12,922 45 


13,510 27 

40 32 

291 93 


4,546 32 
751 59 


4,546 32 
1,493 89 


94,024 32 

6,544 96 
2,289 85 
1,488 77 


119,370 01 
16,868 20* 


2,207 97 
2 824 58 


464 67 


2,949 80 


67 50 


35 25 






































46,560 33 


50,073 01 


13,387 12 


13,842 52 


5,365 41 


6,075 46 


104,347 90 


139,188 01 


32,697 42 
2,889 04 


30,124 94 
4,981 69 


10,469 44 
865 06 

184 77 


10,150 06 
60 00 


4,367 48 


4,298 41 


33,851 59 
1,950 00 


31,233 69 
7,049 07 








d3,808 37 


d3,808 37 










20,000 00 














39,394 83 


38,915 00 


11,519 27 


10,210 06 


4,367 48 


4,298 41 
196 59 


35,801 59 


58,282 76 
22,516 31 


960 00 
3,313 03 


2,415 00 
4,678 06 


625 00 

498 67 


1,498 00 
1,070 90 


270 00 
600 41 


520 00 
1,060 46 


19,150 00 
29,497 90 


16,132 00 
42,256 94 


46.560 33 


50,073 01 


13,387 12 


13,842 52 


5,365 41 


6,075 46 


104,347 90 


139,188 01 


84.5 


77.7 


86.3 


73.8 




70.8 




41.9 



"d" Local Improvement Debentures re Ornamental Street Lighting. 
" k " Less than 500 population. 



86 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Markdale 
904 


Milverton 
929 


Moorefleld 
k 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


Assets 

Lands and Buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
237 20 


$ e. 
237 20 


$ c. 


Sub-Station Equipment . . 


780 80 
6,323 93 


780 80 
6,763 94 




Dist. System, Overhead . 
Underground . . 


5,889 32 


6,227 64 


2,580 88 


Line Transformers 

Meters 


984 35 

1,107 29 

530 79 


1,496 35 

1,247 29 

530 79 


2,166 64 
1,205 04 

509 82 


2,884 56 

1,237 04 

509 82 


857 72 
506 04 
295 88 


Street Light Equip.Regulai 
" Ornamental . 


Miscel. Equip.and Con.Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant. 


587 06 


587 06 


557 93 


557 93 


288 63 


Old Plant 


2,080 65 


2,080 65 
















Total Plant 


12,394 87 

2,080 35 

1,694 91 

122 00 


13,486 88 

1,195 73 

1,475 69 

59 19 


10,565 95 
935 26 


11,654 19 

346 60 

92 48 

1,022 27 


4,529 15 

515 24 

81 07 


Bank and Cash Balance. . 
Inventories 


Accounts Receivable 

Sinking Fund 


1,000 00 


133 96 


- Other Assets 
























Total Assets 


16,292 13 


16,217 49 


12,501 21 


13,115 54 


5,259 42 




Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 

Debenture Balance 

Accounts Payable 

Bank Overdraft 


8,766 08 
5,275 96 


8,638 20 
4,226 97 


8,940 01 
2,012 33 


8,641 71 
465 81 


• 4,374 35 
612 95 


Other Liabilities 
























Total Liabilities 

Reserves 

Debentures Paid 

Sinking Fund Reserve . . 


14,042 04 
233 92 


12,865 17 
361 80 


10,952 34 
559 99 


9,107 52 
858 29 


4,987 30 
125 65 


Depreciation Reserve . . . 
Surplus 


340 00 
1,676 17 


785 00 
2,205 52 


350 00 

638 88 


804 00 
2,345 73 




146 47 


Total Liabilities 

and Reserves 




16,292 13 


16,217 49 


12,501 21 


13,115 54 


5,259 42 


Percentage of Net Debt 

to Total Assets 


91.8 


79.3 


81.0 







" k " Less than 500 population. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



87 



" A "—Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Milton 
1,947 


Mimico 
2,004 


Mitchell 
1,656 


Mount Bridges 
k 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
98 30 


$ c. 
98 30 


$ c. $ c. 
5,646 10! 5.737 10 


$ c. 


$ c. 


5,550 19! 5,550 19 
10,802 09: 11,106 23 


9,034 86 
8,350 53 


9,034 86 
8,736 06 






24,6ii 79 22,960 14 


2,652 77 


2,652 77 


2,776 90 3,641 60 

3,628 02 3,999 72 

959 87 959 87 


4,442 64 
7,228 88 
1,070 70 


4,650 07 
7,045 27 
1,070 70 


1,113 82 
3,472 06 
1,063 55 


1,516 15 
3,877 55 
1,063 55 


655 25 
764 55 
120 09 


641 25 
764 55 
120 09 


2,486 23 


2,486 23 


1,308 49 


1,848 49 






143 82 


143 82 








4 065 85 4,065 85 






1,500 00 


1,500 00 














30,269 15 31,809 69 

5,689 61 2,635 91 
2,964 91 3,372 25 
1,314 11 1,414 35 


38,166 80 

280 97 

269 60 

55 62 


37,672 97 

1,802 88 

453 95 

80 73 


30,180 92 

2,334 06 

1,089 77 

416 79 


31,465 27 

2,692 84 

1,444 28 

508 28 


4,336 48 4,322 48 

810 04: 922 33 

55 61 J 9 25 

532 00 




c2,000 00 










i 

: 












| 


40,237 78 41,232 20 


38,772 99 


40,010 53 


34,021 54 


36,110 67 


5,202 13 5,786 06 


18,632 70 
334 85 


17,221 08 


17,802 13 
8,900 92 


23,204 28 
40 00 


8,514 55 
1,062 00 


7,041 86 
562 80 


4,035 40 3,966 97 
290 39: 290 39 




| 


500 00 






















19,467 55 17,221 08 
6,080 28; 7,491 90 


26,703 05 
2,197 87 


23,244 28 
2,795 72 


9,576 55 

8,780 67 


7,604 66 
10,253 36 


4,325 79 
184 60 


4,257 36 
253 03 


5,177 CO! 5,847 00 
9,512 95 1 10,672 22 


5,260 OOj 6,700 00 
4,612 07| 7,270 53 


6,627 21 
9,037 11 


7,570 00 
10,682 65 


275 00 
416 74 


537 00 
738 67 


40,237 78 41,232 20 


38,772 99 


40,010 53 


34,021 54 


36,110 67 


5,202 13 5,786 06 


48.6 41.8 


69.0 


58.1 


28.2 


21.1 


83.0 73.6 



c 
"k" 



Dominion War Loan Investment. 
Less than 500 population. 



7 h. (ii) 



88 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


i 
Mount Forest 

1,871 


North Nor- 
wich 
Township 


South Nor- 

iwich 
Township 





1917 


1918 


1918 


1918 


Assets 
Lands and Buildings 


$ c. 

3,725 00 

686 75 

14,164 96 


$ c. 

3,725 00 

686 75 

14,246 94 


$ c. 


$ c. 


SutnStation Equipment 






Distribution System, Overhead . . . 
" " Underground. 


837 27 


860 70 


Line Transformers 


1,936 27i 2,317 02 
2,615 90 2.7D0 ?A 


2,348 32 
862 63 


2 252 69 




479 00 


Street Light Equipment, Regular.. 


1,655 77 


1,655 77 




" ** Ornamental 






Miscel. Equip, and Construction Exp. . . 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant 


876 07 


936 07 


166 50 


328 22 


Old Plant 


4,02i 22 3,994 47 












Total Plant 


29,681 94 1 30,262 26 
3,009 45 4.179 84 


4,214 72 


3,920 61 


Bank and Cash Balance 




Inventories 


578 16 
663 89 


1,377 94 








305 34 


1,669 11 


Sinking Fund 






Other Assets 




















Total Assets 


33,933 44 


35,820 04 


4,520 06 


5,589 72 






Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 
Debenture Balance 


17,043 67 
7 130 57 


19,402 53 
4. 3fi7 74 


4,272 55 
54 06 


5,064 36 


Accounts Payable 


370 76 


Bank Overdraft 






Other Liabilities 
















Total Liabilities 


24,174 24 23,770 27 
4,956 33 5,556 07 


4,326 61 
193 45 


5,435 12 


Reserves 
Debentures Paid 


154 60 


Sinking Fund Reserve 






1,510 00 2,599 00 
3,292 87 i 3,894 70 

■ 






Surplus 












Total Liabilities and Reserves . . 


33,933 44 35,820 04 


4,520 06 


5,589 72 


Percentage of Net Debt to Total Assets . . 


71.0 


63.6 


95.7 


97.2 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



89 



" A" — Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



New Hamburg 
1,398 


New Toronto 
1,423 


Niagara Falls 
11,715 


Norwich 
1,093 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 
2,317 59 


$ c. 

2,317 59 
1,083 10 
8,451 78 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

14,474 80 
22,301 95 
57,016 15 


$ c. 

14,224 80 
22,447 17 
60,101 59 


$ c. 
910 40 


$ c. 
910 40 


1,083 10 








8,451 78 


22,602 94 


24,202 95 


6,925 09 


7,070 17 


3,272 54 
3,482 52 
1,149 43 


3,869 83 
3,808 02 
1,149 43 


4,306 84 

6,037 38 

366 96 


4,294 11 

6,509 74 

433 45 


35,576 81 
36,694 52 
12,872 87 
16,000 00 
2,605 26 


43,652 77 
40,294 27 
13,016 58 
16,000 00 
2,530 67 


1,934 06 
2,553 41 

548 46 
1,956 25 

969 34 


1,995 36 

2,915 77 

592 96 

1,956 25 


1,001 70 


1,001 70 


1,378 82 


1,378 82 


969 34 


5,242 56 


5,242 56 






2,519 23 


2,315 43 


3,509 82 


3,509 82 










26,001 22 

507 65 
4,128 60 


26,924 01 

1,130 57 
3,703 35 
2,060 00 


34,692 94 

3,564 72 
135 00 
253 89 


36,819 07 
4,898 97 


200,061 59 

1,221 12 
3,973 40 
8,544 68 


214,583 28 
1,415 07 


19,306 83 

2,436 34 
2,494 65 
1,897 65 


19,920 07 

2,613 02 

2,548 91 


1,837 31 


5,292 54 


9,414 00 


1,806 26 
































32,474 78 


33,817 93 


38,646 55 


47,010 58 


213,800 79 


225,412 35 


26,135 47 


26,888 26 


15,800 16 
420 00 


15,418 54 


7,481 00 
18,640 27 


7,335 10 
14,423 09 


103,689 36 


95,873 93 


12,458 25 
3,057 51 


12,186 32 
2,854 29 






12,519 66 
1,090 08 


15,167 19 
1,246 98 




























16,220 16 
1,928 92 


15,418 94 
2,310 14 


26,121 27 
519 00 


21,758 19 
664 90 


117,299 10 
50,553 64 


112,288 10 
58,369 07 


15,515 76 
1,297 75 


15,040 61 
1,569 68 


5,575 00 
8,750 70 


6,035 00 
10,053 85 


2,200 00 
9,806 28 


3,424 00 
21,163 49 


15,165 00 
30,783 05 


20,801 00 
33,954 18 


5,450 00 
3,871 96 


3,197 00 
7,080 97 


32,474 78 


33,817 93 


38,646 55 


47,010 58 


213,800 79 


225,412 35 


26,135 47 


26,888 26 


50.0 


45.6 


67.7 


46.3 


55.1 49.8 


59.5 


55.9 



90 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 



Oil 

Springs 

537 



1918 



Assets 



42 00 



Lands and Buildings 

Sub-Station Equipment . . 
Dist. System, Overhead .. 5 ; 9 

Underground.. 
Line Transformers 1 ,906 1 



Meters 

Street Light Equip.Regular 
" Ornamental . 
Miscel. Equip.and Con.Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant. . 
Old Plant 



514 70 
255 72 



Total Plant 



Bank and Cash Balance.. 

Inventories 

Accounts Receivable 

Sinking Fund 

Other Assets 



1,443 97 



Total Assets 

Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 
Debenture Balance 



Accounts Payable 
Bank Overdraft . 
Other Liabilities . 



Total Liabilities 
Reserves 



Debentures Paid 

Sinking Fund Reserve . 
Depreciation Reserve . . 

Surplus 

Total Liabilities 

and Reserves. . . 



Percentage of Net Debt 

to Total Assets 



10,073 56 
373 84 

"Hi' a 

"w's4 



10,636 95 



9,439 98 
636 95 



10,076 93 



560 02 



10,636 95 



95.3 



Omeinee 
k 



1918 



,190 28 



626 34 
927 64 

728 49 



1,424 16 



11,896 91 



b521 39 



12,418 20 



8,755 33 
3,354 02 

64 28 



12,173 63 

244 67 



12,418 20 



Ottawa 
100,561 



1917 



1918 



$ c. 

88,356 15 

108,988 09 

333,412 70 

77,897 39; 

101,953 54 

116,382 71 

59,844 18 

29,957 84 

30,758 35 



88,372 65 

113,027 20 

346,239 91 

77,897 39 

112,528 71 

125,410 26 

60,022 39 

29,975 55 

30,994 35 



947,550 95 984,468 41 



51,720 08 
33,586 89 
24,205 00 



24,106 61 
41,796 25 
20,900 00 



134,904 18 156,223 11 
c30,000 00 



1,191,967 10 1,257,494 38 



700,000 00 700,000 CO 
5,609 74i 5,186 08 



2,400 00 



705,609 74 707,586 08 



134,904 18 156,223 11 

291,668 30 ; 310,433 00 

59,784 88 83,252 19 



1,191,967 10 1,257,494 38 



59.1 



56.3 



Orange ville 
2.H81 



1917 



1918 



$ c. 



$ c. 



2,400 

1,169 

19,749 



00 2,400 00 
00 1,169 00 
43 20,543 08 



1,714 
2,611 
1,139 



28j 2,440 27 
58! 3,024 88 
49 1,139 49 



3,306 
*4,'i49 



83 3,313 08 
35 *3!3i6*23 



36,239 96 37,340 03 



492 
1,435 

826 



37 524 25 
51 1^3 60 
79 ^326 79 



b799 91 



38,994 6340,044 58 



30,954 08 30,954 08 
4,505 31 4,774 58 



35,459 39 35,728 66 



2,045 92 


2 


045 92 


i,666 66 

489 32 


2 


270 00 







38,994 6340,044 58 



91.2 



95.6 



" b " Operating losses shown in italics. 
" c " Dominion War Loan Investment. 
" k " Less than 500 population. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



91 



"A"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Otterville 
k 


Owen Sr hsu 
11,819 


Palrr 
1 


lerston 
,843 


Plattsville 
550 


1917 


1918 


i 
131: ! 1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 


$ e. 


$ c. 

J*?.. 478 7-' 
: . V 3M (>( 
47,4*/ > 


$ c. 

28,473 74 

7,523 32 

48,005 47 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 






691 88 
11,121 13 


691 88 
10,976 30 






2,746 85 


2 819 11 


2,482 86 


2,482 86 


97? 80 
532 09 
196 10 


5?2 ?$ 
215 10 


11,815 23 
2.1,3'Jy 45 

6.967 41 
500 00 

1,230 54 
33,282 00 


14,441 87 
23,048 68 

6,994 41 
500 00 

1,328 76 
33,282 00 


1,831 66 

2,346 22 

738 00 


1,981 10 

2,450 66 

738 00 


906 14 
895 64 
133 65 


906 14 
895 64 
133 65 


142 00 


142 00 


1,638 06 


1,638 06 


504 42 


535 92 






4,644 31 
23,011 26 


4,871 86 

23,347 86 

142 26 
2,392 45 
2,473 92 


















4,589 84 


4,702 39 

276 83 

50 04 

360 00 


157,005 30 

21,099 50 
7,777 48 
2,437 15 

68,875 83 


163,598 25 

19,160 55 

13,967 67 

1,275 51 

77,517 65 

40 10 


4,922 71 

1,068 66 

6 99 

449 60 


4,954 21 
1,936 47 


95 82 
153 90 


3,208 37 
7,049 29 


15 00 
589 86 


hl69 38 




h2,234 21 


hi, 312 70 
















5,008 94 


5,389 26 


257,195 26 


275,559 73 


35,503 13 


29,669 19 


6,447 96 


7,495 54 


4,248 00 
88 87 


4,110 55 
265 59 


141,000 00 
5,609 04 


141,000 00 
2,638 62 


13,756 32 

12,345 98 

120 43 

156 72 


12,721 06 
5,545 19 


4,988 51 


4,897 26 




































4,602 94 


4,376 14 


146,609 04 


143,638 62 


26,379 45 


18,266 25 


4,988 51 


4,897 26 




68,875 83 

7,803 50 

33,906 89 


77,517 65 
22,753 75 
31,649 71 




154 00 


372 00 
251 67 


880 00 


2,124 00 


305 00 
905 96 


751 20 
1,507 34 










5,008 94 


5,389 26 


257,195 26 


275,559 73 


35,503 13 


29,669 19 


6,447 96 


7,495 54 


95.2 


81.2 


57.0 


52.1 


71.5 


64.4 


77.5 


65.3 



" b " Operating losses shown in italics. 
" k " Less than 500 population. 



92 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Paris 
4,447 


Penetanguishene 
3,672 


Peterborough 
19,816 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Assets 

Lands and Buildings .... 
Sub4Station Equipment . 
Dist. System, Overhead 


$ o.l 

7,626 26 
10,948 32 
82,636 21 


$ c. 

7,626 26 
10,948 32 
33,050 84 


$ c. $ c. 

2,151 00 2,151 00 

3,507 71! 3,507 71 

25,513 6827,169 70 


$ c. 

8,239 19 

7,931 35 

82,439 83 


$ c. 

8,241 19 

6,450 35 

85,350 26 


Line Transformers 

Meters 

Street Light Equip. Regular 


6,730 48 
8.346 00 
2,502 85 


7,771 97 
9,037 86 
2,114 05 


5,487 71 8,084 92 
5,604 03 6,107 77 
1,989 77 1,990 87 


30,597 12 
39,824 70 
2,733 72 
26,107 68 
56,929 27 


33,787 80 

41,033 70 

2,769 48 

26,107 68 


Miscel. Equip, and Con. Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant . 
Old Plant 


2i6 04 


210 04 


647 47 


647 47 


57,551 02 


17,962 86 


16,864 76 


2,874 00 


2,874 00 


20,039 98 


17,435 71 


Total Plant 

Bank and Cash Balance . 

Inventories 

Accounts Receivable .... 
Sinking Fund 


86,963 02 

301 45 

8 17 

1,400 00 

9,511 22 


87,624 10 
3,690 80 


47,775 37 


52,533 44 


274,842 84 


278,727 69 


805 11 

4,877 94 


852 34 
515 77 


3,026 53 

6,279 21 

11,141 50 


4,593 52 




5,250 99 


12,337 55 
c3,000 00 


15,513 27 







852 72 








Total Assets 


98,183 86106,652 45 


53,458 42 


53,901 55 


295,290 08 


304,938 19 


Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 
Debenture Balance 


53,225 69 


51,329 01 


26,782 51 


26,025 85 


220,000 00 

5,888 75 

18,803 16 

1,687 94 


220,000 00 
5,031 46 


Bank Overdraft .... 






3,422 63 


2,766 23 


7,403 95 






650 00 




3,226 54 













Total Liabilities 

Reserves 
Debentures Paid 


53,225 69 

23,774 31 
9,511 22 
4,500 00 
7,172 64 


51,979 01 

25,670 9£ 

12,337 55 

13,746 00 

2,918 90 


30,205 14 
4,217 49 


28,792 08 
4,974 15 


246,379 85 


235,661 95 


Sinking Fund Reserve . . 


11,141 50 
20,620 00 
17,148 73 


] 15,513 27 


Depreciation Reserve . . . 

Surplus 

Total Liabilities and 


11,225 00 
7,810 79 


12,038 00 
8,097 32 


25,725 00 
28,037 97 


Reserves 


98,183 86 


106,652 4a 


53,458 42 


53,901 55 


295,290 08 304,938 19 


Percentage of Net Debt to 
Total Assets 


54.3 


48.7 


56.7 


53.4 


83.3 


77.3 



Dominion War Loan Investment. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



93 



"A"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Pickering 
Township 


Petrolia 
3,047 


Point 

Edward 

937 


Port Arthur 
15,224 


Port Credit 
1,176 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

675 00 


$ c. 
675 00 




2,360 59 
21,901 14 


2,361 84 
24,774 51 










266 20 








8,421 66 


8,494 74 












528 76 


7,210 94 
5,060 38 
818 01 
3,864 07 
4,559 62 


11,738 15 

5,622 12 

818 01 

3,864 07 

4,456 99 




a 


a 


892 98 1 892 98 


68 15 




1,944 53 2,091 19 










360 64 360 64 












21 10 






626 311 626 31 








688,917 94 


690,376 20 







3,389 94 


3,389 94 


10,595 82 










884 21 


49,164 69 


57,025 63 


10,595 82 


688,917 94 

4,255 31 

19,793 98 

147,970 21 

94,594 09 

14,260 11 


690,376 20 

3,452 63 

19,550 37 

22,804 46 

108,179 89 

183,175 62 


12,921 12 13,140 86 
531 69 9 41 




2,893 27 


4.434 93 






35 15 
180 00 




1,615 32 297 67 




180 00 




















171 16 


c 60 00 


c 1,060 00 










884 21 


53,673 28 


61,758 23 


10,766 98 


969,791 64 


1,027,539 17 


13,692 81 14,425 42 




48,599 26 
1,864 50 


47,629 21 
1,132 74 
6,163 56 


6,394 22 
3,012 98 


549,581 02 
47,114 10 


539,267 17 
36,164 71 


7,656 20 7.424 49 


884 21 


24 56 














8,845 98 
















884 21 


50,916 53 


54,925 51 
2,370 79 


9,407 20 


596,695 12 

94,594 09 

14,260 11 

187,723 34 


584,277 86 

86,832 83 
108,179 89 

15,132 36 
233,116 23 


7,680 76; 7,424 49 








1,120 00 
236 01 


3,515 00 
946 93 


754 00 


2,57i 66 3,025 66 




2,597 25 2,900 42 








884 21 


53,673 28 


61,758 23 


10,766 98 


969,791 64 


1,027,539 17 


13,692 81 


14,425 42 
51 5 




95.0 


88.9 




61.6 


56.8 


56.1 









'a " All plant included in total. 

' c " Dominion War Loan Investment. 



94 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Pt. Dalhousie 
1,318 


Pt. McNicoll 
500 


Port 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


Assets 

Lands and Buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
202 60 


$ c. 
202 60 


$ c. 
1,505 38 


SutnStation Equipment 








Distribution System, Overhead .... 
" " Underground . . 


3,816 73 


3,816 73 


3,311 41 


3,404 39 


9,970 11 


Line Transformers 

Meters 

Street Light Equipment, Regular . . . 
" " Ornamental . 


3,304 33 

3,984 43 

268 67 


3,449 02 

3,984 43 

268 67 


332 06 
770 31 
107 21 


339 98 
799 98 
107 21 


1,864 96 

2,122 93 

570 60 


Miscel. Equip, and Construction Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant 


1,206 16 


1,241 16 


396 44 


396 44 


5,517 16 


Old Plant 


6,370 53 


6,015 55 






975 00 










Total Plant 

Bank and Cash Balance 


18,950 85 

124 97 
89 76 
51 70 


18,775 56 

144 94 

100 56 

1,255 00 


5,120 03 

36 15 

30 10 

237 00 


5,250 60 

220 37 

24 08 

270 21 


22,526 14 
5,072 71 


Inventories 




Accounts Receivable 

Sinking Fund 


1,500 00 


Other Assets 


b 564 58 


b 1,059 47 


b 72 72 












Total Assets 


19,781 86 


21,335 53 


5,496 00 


5,765 26 


29,098 85 


Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 

Debenture Balance 

Accounts Payable 


11,725 04 
2,371 21 
2,761 63 


11,308 26 
1,950 51 


4,720 01 

102 08 

99 92 


4,567 28 


16,752 54 
460 00 


Bank Overdraft 


99 92 




Other Liabilities 


5 CO 














Total Liabilities 

Reserves 
Debentures Paid 


16,857 88 

774 96 


17,448 79 
1,191 74 


4,922 01 
279 99 


4,667 20 
432 72 


17,217 54 


Sinking Fund Reserve 




Depreciation Reserve 

Surplus 


2,149 02 


2,695 00 


294 00 


492 00 
173 34 


4,492 00 
5,191 85 












Total Liabilities and Reserves . . . 


19,781 86 


21,335 53 


5,496 00 


5,765 26 


29,098 85 


Percentage of Net Debt to Total Assets 


88.0 


86.1 


90.8 


81.0 


59.4 



b" Operating losses shown in italics. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



95 



" A "—Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Stanley 
831 


Prescott 
2,630 


Preston 
4,949 


Princeton 
k 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 
1,505 38 


$ c. 
2,761 54 


$ c. 
2,761 54 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 




13,676 42 
40,605 76 


13,676 42 
42,071 21 






10,364 75 


24,878 80 


25,488 68 


1,957 32 


2,000 42 


1,918 95 

2,158 32 

570 60 


5,834 14 
7,764 58 
1,346 33 


6,014 55 
7,899 88 
1,346 33 


15,085 28 

13,237 28 

2,847 98 


15,284 53 
13,448 75 

2,850 78 


437 77 
457 15 
116 30 


437 77 
457 15 
116 30 


5,517 16 


1,227 09 
12,108 35 


1,238 39 
12,108 35 


6,554 04 


5,026 34 


32 85 


64 35 


577 51 


23,549 22 


23,549 22 
















22,612 67 
3,740 39 


55,920 83 

77 83 

1,170 00 

899 74 

982 81 


56,857 72 

718 58 
1,187 50 

825 35 
1,294 21 


115,555 98 

36 70 
2,389 61 
8,791 93 


115,907 25 


3,001 39 
404 95 


3,075 99 
597 41 




2,060 82 
10,232 52 




3,962 05 


444 32 


413 71 








35 00 
















30,315 11 


59,051 21 


60,883 36 


126,774 22 


128,200 59 


3,885 66 


4,087 11 


16,357 44 


21,148 52 


20,406 34 


72,402 43 
3,340 71 
3,010 69 


69,177 68 
1,638 43 
2,455 74 


3,381 55 


3,319 69 












5 00 
























16,362 44 
2,592 56 


21,148 52 

2,830 82 

982 81 

8,020 00 

26,069 06 


20,406 34 

3,573 00 

1,294 21 

8,804 00 

26,805 81 


78,753 83 
16,463 08 


73,271 85 
19,687 83 


3,381 55 
168 45 


3,381 24 
230 31 


4,524 00 
6,836 11 


20,978 34 
10,578 97 


23,263 00 
11,977 91 


220 66 
115 66 


384 00 
91 56 


30,315 11 


59,051 21 


60,883 36 


126,774 22 


128,200 59 


3,885 66 


4,087 11 


54.0 


36.0 


33.5 


62.0 


57.2 


87.0 


82.7 



" k " Less than 500 population. 



8 h. (ii) 



96 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Seaforth 
2,075 


Springfield 
k 


S tamf ord 
Township 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


Assets 

Lands and Buildings 


$ c. 

1,204 53 

6,031 75 

15,838 96 


$ c. 

1,251 57 

6,031 75 

16,389 74 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
388 80 


Sub-Station Equipment 

Distribution System, Overhead 

" " Underground. . 






5,731 34 


3,733 26 


4,224 44 


12,503 51 


Line Transformers 

Meters 

Street Light Equipment, Regular... 
" " Ornamental . 


6,775 15 

4,365 23 

812 66 


7,268 40 

4,654 92 

812 66 


671 74 
686 32 
199 52 


671 74 
732 52 
199 52 


3,253 74 
3,073 33 
1,536 56 


Miscel. Equip, and Construction Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant 


355 98 


355 98 


672 78 


675 08 


2,595 80 


Old Plant 








9,594 46 












Total Plant 

Bank and Cash Balance 


35,384 26 

1,628 47 

2,669 76 

123 14 

2,956 64 


36,765 02 

3,232 27 
2,541 71 
1,108 73 
3,520 63 


5,963 62 

348 90 
137 59 
140 00 


6,503 30 

105 17 

296 67 


38,677 54 


Inventories 




Accounts Receivable 

Sinking Fund 

Other Assets 


1,267 11 




















Total Assets 


42,762 27 


47,168 36 


6,590 11 


6,905 14 


39,944 65 


Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 
Debenture Balance 


25,000 00 


25,000 00 


4,602 44 
1,500 20 


4,185 07 
1,495 91 




Accounts Payable 


37,381 85 


Bank Overdraft 






Other Liabilities 






















Total Liabilities 

Reserves 
Debentures Paid 


25,000 00 


25,000 00 


6,102 64 
397 56 


5,680 98 
814 93 


37,381 85 


Sinking Fund Reserve 


2,956 64 
6,800 00 
8,005 63 


3,520 63 
9,390 00 
9,257 73 




Depreciation Reserve 






1,200 00 




89 91 


409 23 


1,362 80 






Total Liabilities and Reserves . . . 


42,762 27 


47,168 36 


6,590 11 


6,905 14 


39,944 65 


Percentage of Net Debt to Total Assets 


58.7 


53.0 


93.0 


82.3 





Less than 500 population. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



97 



"A"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Stamford 
Township 


St. Catharines 
17,917 


St. George 
k 


St. Jacob's 
k 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 
388 80 


$ c. 

5,285 97 

44,283 98 

117,978 55 


$ c. 

5,285 97 

54,934 52 

121,553 22 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 




4,656 34 








13,306 80 


2,852 65 


2,954 41 


3,326 83 


3,352 03 


3,389 59 
3,286 63 
1,536 56 


36,433 75 
29,793 51 
7,869 30 
11,859 32 
35,667 94 


37,544 82 
33,817 31 
9,276 54 
10,407 20 
34,812 77 


851 31 
904 50 
218 11 


851 31 

1,082 22 

218 11 


877 50 
909 77 
263 53 


877 50 
909 77 
263 53 


3,700 87 


374 18 


374 18 


441 66 


441 66 


9,596 96 
























39,862 53 
1,370 18 


289,172 32 

4,186 01 

4,153 45 

10,977 17 

9,210 95 


307,632 35 

1,109 64 

2,467 77 

12,807 92 

11,945 50 

c 34,750 00 


5,200 75 

1,066 09 

60 16 

329 67 


5,480 23 

1,124 75 

57 35 

223 66 


5,819 29 
244 65 


5,844 49 
486 48 


3,431 47 


150 00 


247 91 




c 1,500 00 


c 2,000 00 










44,664 20 


317,699 90 


370,713 18 


8,156 67 


8,885 99 


6,213 94 


6,578 88 


28,000 00 
11,353 90 


229,482 45 
465 10 


226,098 07 
19,184 02 


5,737 58 
412 83 


5,640 31 
32 00 


6,000 00 
89 96 


5,827 91 
37 50 




d 11,859 32 


d 10,407 20 













39,353 90 


241,806 87 

9,210 95 
28,400 00 
35,741 70 


255,689 29 

5,924 76 
11,945 50 
28,942 00 
68,211 63 


6,150 41 


5,672 31 
359 69 


6,089 96 


5,865 41 
172 09 








2,383 00 


325 00 
1,418 84 


600 00 
2,253 99 




232 00 


2,927 30 


123 98 


309 38 


44,664 20 


317,699 90 


370,713 18 


8,156 67 


8,885 99 


6,213 94 


6,578 88 


88.1 


76.0 


69.0 


75.4 


63.8 


98.0 


89.2 



" c " Dominion War Loan Investment. 

" d " Local Improvement Debentures re Ornamental Street Lighting. 

" k " Less than 500 population. 



98 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Ridge town 
2,080 


Rockwood 
k 


Rodney 
626 





| 
1917 1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Assets 

T,pr><1«! nnrl "RuildinfiTS 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. $ c. 
79 00 79 00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


SutnStation Equipment 


889 26 
8,899 86 


889 26 
9,970 29 






Distribution System, Overhead . . 
11 " Underground 


4,191 304,197 64 


4,977 93 


5,224 01 


Line Transformers 


2,49i 46 
2,858 94 

*23 17 
1,030 89 

363 25 


4,141 56 

2 769 56 
823 17 

1,319 10 
363 25 


1,211 931,211 93 

1,048 31 1,048 31 

• 257 50 257 50 


780 54 780 54 
980 741-11Q 37 


Street Light Equipment, Regular 
" " Ornamental . 


518 74 


518 74 


Miscel. Equip, and Construction Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant 


308 05 308 05 


653 97 


654 07 




Old Plant 


7,830 24 


5,393 14 




700 00! 700 00 




: 




Total Plant 


24,687 07 

1,908 62 

554 86 

2,642 33 


25,669 33 

2,181 59 
2,073 07 
1,585 84 


7,096 09j7,102 43 


8,611 92 
207 49 


8,996 73 


Bank and Cash Balance 


4 74 




i97 i3j 144 75 


19 50 
















c200 00 


c2,500 00 


i 




163 73 










Total Assets 


29,992 88 


34,009 83 


7,293 22 7,247 18 


8,819 41 


9,184 70 


Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 
Debenture Balance 


18,027 43 


17,257 15 


997 09 
829 03 
324 23 


765 44 
**48i*90 


8,382 66 
113 05 


8,258 84 


Accounts Payable 


291 33 


Bank Overdraft 






Other Liabilities 


dl,319 10 


dl,319 10 
















Total Liabilities 


19.346 53 
1,428 56 


18,576 25 
2,198 84 


2,150 35 
1,002 91 


1,247 34 
1,234 56 


8,495 71 
117 34 


8,550 17 


Reserves 
Debentures Paid 


241 16 


Sinking Fund Reserve 




Depreciation Reserve 


985 00 
8,232 79 


2,026 00 
11,208 74 


1,105 00 
3,034 96 


1,385 00 
3 3K0 ?.R 


206*36 


306 00 


Surplus 


87 37 








Total Liabilities and Reserves . 


29,992 88 


34,009 83 


7,293 22 


7,247 18 


8,819 41 


9,184 70 


Percentage of Net Debt to Total 

Assets 

! 


64.8 


54.6 


29.5 17.2 


96.4 


93.1 



" c " Dominion War Loan Investment. 

" d " Local Improvement Debentures re Ornamental Street Lighti 

" k " Less than 500 population. 



ng. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



99 



"A"— Continued 

of Hydrsr Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Sarnia 
12,323 


Scarbor- 
ough Tp. 


Smiths 
Falls 

6,115 


Simcoe 
4,032 


Shelburne 
1,018 


1917 1918 


1918 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 
36,761 06 


$ c. 

36,761 06 
60,640 64 
88,083 57 


$ c 


$ c. 
20,788 10 


$ c. 

1,496 75 

5,851 99 

18,127 74 


$ c. 

1,496 75 

5,851 99 

18,145 67 


$ 0. $ c. 


48,275 18 




566 60 566 60 


85,731 10 


11,230 51 


43,025 70 


10,590 59 10,953 24 


26,110 54 

25,635 88 

4,470 88 

7,482 11 


28,359 20 

27,837 75 

4,667 69 

7,482 11 

3,838 35 


3,765 83 
3,720 19 
2,509 98 


10,752 82 

15,107 71 

1,784 00 


2,576 67 
2,110 41 
1,478 85 
1,181 83 
3,662 16 


2,926 41 
2,571 05 
1,478 85 
1,181 83 
3,662 16 


985 66 2,005 62 
612 97 778 02 
921 65 921 65 


3,478 01 


"544 86 


6,649 97 
38,251 49 
22,056 92 


2,116 90 2,116 90 


66,581 81 


61,066 66 




927 92 


927 92 


3,755 90 3,755 90 








304,526 57 

9,707 78 
5,328 35 


318,737 03 

3,567 53 

4,305 28 

454 40 


21,771 37 
6 02 


158,416 71 

40 00 

2,752 02 

286 19 


37,414 32 
5,158 10 


38,242 63 

2,306 96 

12 28 

1,102 02 


19,550 27 21,097 93 

568 83 35 08 
158 54 153 79 




138 00 
171 88 

hi, 295 15 


1,079 96 


111 41 46 28 








2,134 44 


b5,811 84 




c4,000 00 










319,562 70, 


329,198 68 


23,382 42 


167,306 76 


43,652 38 


45,663 89 


20,389 05 21,333 08 


24W79 97 

W7 45 
23*00 00 


237,614 62 
25,881 37 


18,023 51 
3,292 66 
1,417 88 


147,230 08 

2,447 50 

11,259 26 


35,434 90 
457 33 


35,434 90 
414 17 


13,995 01 13,497 54 
4,355 85 4,491 77 


d8gS71 67 


d9,87i 67 


d3,500 00 


d3,500 00 












282,119 09 


273,367 66 

7,000 00 
15,568 00 
22,877 64 


22,734 05 
171 88 


160,936 84 


39,392 23 


39,349 07 


18,350 86 


17,989 31 
1,422 46 


3,500 00 








7,613 00 


3,375 00 


2,566 00 
1,694 15 


3,618 00 
2,696 82 


475 00 1,145 00 


19,610 58 




638 20 776 31 










319,562 76 


329,198 68 


23,382 42 


167,306 76 


43,652 38 


45,663 89 


20,3 89 05 21,333 08 


88.5 


83.0 




99.5 


90.6 


86.1 


1 
88.0 84.8 











" b " Operating losses shown in) italics. 

" c " Dominion War Loan Investment. 

" d " Local Improvement Debentures re Ornamental Street Lighting. 



100 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 



St. Mary's 
3,960 



1917 



1918 



Assets 

Lands and Buildings 

Substation Equipment . . 
Dist. System, Overhead . . . 

" " Underground.. 

Line Transformers 

Meters 

Street Light Equip. Regular 

" " " Ornamental 
Miscel. Equip, and Con. Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant. . 
Old Plant 



$ c. 

13,674 27 
11,837 64 
24,742 88 



13,049 27 
11,876 64 
25,703 14 



Total Plant 



12,601 50 

14,018 55 

5,914 881 



12,831 00 

15,604 55 

5,979 07 



2,451 52j 2,329 27 



85,241 24 ! 87,372 94 



Bank and Cash Balance 

Inventories 

Accounts Receivable . . . 

Sinking Fund 

Other Assets 



Total Assets 



Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 



2,936 16 
2,640 67 
2,686 11 



93,504 18 



Debenture Balance 
Accounts Payable . 
Bank Overdraft . . 
Other Liabilities . . 



37,818 60 
5,768 04 



2,587 41 

2,818 27 

242 97 

3,231 71 



96,253 30 



Total Liabilities 
Reserves 



Debentures Paid 

Sinking Fund Reserve 
Depreciation Reserve . 

•Surplus 

Total Liabilities and 
Reserves 



Percentage of Net Debt to 
Total Assets 



43,586 64 



25,428 42 
2,686 11 

13,180 00 
8,623 01 



93,504 18 



46.5 



35,259 65 
5,079 58 



40,339 23 



27,987 37 
3,231 71 

19,400 00 
5,294 99 



96,253 30 



41.9 



St. Thomas 
17,216 



1917 



1918 



31,149 00 

60,767 28 

71,481 96 

911 93 

17,635 40 

31,396 66 

12,258 11 

6,767 16 

6,091 41 



2,591 98 



33,393 75 

62,636 08 

73,763 92 

1,024 21 

20,836 52 

32,940 89 

12,814 13 

7,525 69 

5,277 58 



2,112 18 



241,050 89 252,324 95 



9,414 01 
7,660 59 
8,519 99 

| 155 76 

c 5,069 65| c 10,000 00 



5,100 48 
6,074 29 
8,482 55 



265,777 86 288,075 30 



116,156 84 
4,800 00 



120,956 84 
31,927 59 



111,482 02 
4,672 25 



77,918 00 
34,975 43 



265,777 86 



116,154 27 



36,602 41 

155 76 

41,314 00 

93,848 86 



288,075 30 



40.3 



Strathroy 
2,816 



1917 



$ c. 

1,070 00 

4,691 16 

18,794 54 



3,435 10 
5,475 12 
1,499 14 



578 15 



12,343 15 



47,886 36 

7,538 52 
2,790 20 



58,215 08 



43,537 10 
3,672 68 



47,209 78 



2,694 90 



3,820 00 
4,490 40 



58,215 08 



81.1 



Dominion War Loan Investment. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



101 



" A "—Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Strathroy 


Stratford 
17,371 


Stayner 
990 


Sunderland 
k 


Tara 
620 


1918 


1917 


f 

1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


$ c. 
1,070 00 


$ c. 

23,670 24 
64,040 01 
95,745 88 


$ c. 

44,330 96 

48,948 60 

103,343 96 


$ c. 
200 00 


$ c. 
200 00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


4,691 16 








19,078 76 


7,722 85 


7,896 98 


2,892 18 


3,074 52 


8,995 16 


5,624 65 
6,172 70 
1,499 14 


17,584 82 
33,506 44 
5,987 52 
11,075 05 
13,151 33 


18,723 00 
36,400 53 
6,075 96 
11,075 05 
14,500 58 


1,246 34 

1,316 99 

526 31 


2,i02 44 

1,343 31 

529 31 


731 75 

788 68 
190 82 


731 75 
853 70 
220 97 


1,262 42 
705 68 
434 91 


578 15 


310 33 


310 33 


147 22 


142 22 


1,863 96 


12,343 15 


10,927 00 


16,260 00 


4,133 01 


4,132 41 


2,030 00 


2,030 00 








51,057 71 
4,845 32 


275,688 30 

57 41 

1,762 04 

1,704 81 

22,641 53 


299,658 64 

9,274 95 

2,034 41 

2,482 50 

27,775 97 


15,455 83 

403 08 

8 84 

918 56 


16,514 78 


6,780 65 

319 44 

132 30 

95 54 


7,053 16 

751 66 
135 74 
193 43 


13,262 13 
162 26 


7,345 42 


112 42 


861 47 
2,014 15 










b 381 77 


b 90 34 


b 248 69 


b 238 68 












63,248 45 


301,854 09 


341% 226 47 


16,786 31 


17,008 97 


7,418 36 


8,382 68 


16,538 69 


41,889 78 
7,471 75 


182,950 00 

16,465 34 

3,813 80 


208,570 00 
17,840 31 


12,484 89 
896 85 


12,013 41 

1,190 76 

28 17 


5,452 29 
1,308 36 


6,353 09 
1,023 68 


7,057 97 
9,038 69 






























49,361 53 
4,342 ?,?, 


203,229 14 

32,850 00 

22,641 53 

37,121 83 

6,011 59 


226,410 31 

37,230 00 

27,775 97 

48,342 87 

1,467 32 


13,381 74 
1,515 11 


13,232 34 
1,986 59 


6,760 65 
347 71 


7,376 77 
446 91 


16,096 66 
442 03 


5,610 00 


1,115 00 
774 46 


1,790 04 


310 00 


559 00 




3,934 70 














63,248 45 


301,854 09 


341,226 47 


16,786 31 


17,008 97 


7,418 36 


8,382 68 


16,538 69 


78.0 


67.8 


66.4 


79.8 


79.0 


92.1 


88.0 


99.4 



" b " Operating losses shown in italics. 
" k " Less than 500 population. 



102 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 



Tavistock 
974 



Thamesfoid 
k 



Thames vi lie 
742 



— 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Assets 

Lands and Buildings.... 


$ c. 


6 c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Sub-Station Equipment. . 














Dist. System, Overhead . . 
" Underground. 


5,607 50 


5,878 69 


3,503 99 


4,2i5 39 


3,669 39 


3,790 42 


Line Transformers 

Meters 

Street Light Eq'p., Regular 
" Ornamental 


710 79 

1,806 68 

542 95 


1,361 07 

1,950 95 

638 95 


1,169 84 
987 31 
176 85 


2,489 66 

1,090 73 

176 85 


1,067 27 

1,429 41 

325 94 


1,287 77 

1,429 41 

325 94 


Miscel. Equip, and Con. Ex 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant 


569 84 


566 89 


158 25 


214 02 


561 75 


561 75 


Old Plant 










4,256 30 


4,258 80 














Total Plant 


9,237 76 

509 16 

190 00 

8 34 


10,396 55 

571 48 

153 56 

8 34 


5,996 24 

460 82 
25 00 
40 00 


8,186 65 

477 58 
25 00 


11,310 06 

290 35 
542 21 

888 98 


11,654 09 


Bank and Cash Balance . . 
Inventories 


739 26 
214 89 


Accounts Receivable .... 


936 92 


Sinking Fund 






Other Assets 




10 34 






















Total Assets 


9,945 26 


11,140 27 


6,522 06 


8,689 23 


13,031 60 


13,545 16 


Liabilities and Reserves 

Liabilities 

Debenture Balance 

Accounts Payable 

Bank Overdraft 


5,909 69 
1,097 87 


5,814 86 
12 50 


4,172 98 
241 12 


4,019 08 
2,223 09 


10,660 98 
168 36 


10,379 17 
460 15 


Other Liabilities 


2,100 00 




25 00 


















Total Liabilities 

Reserves 

Debentures Paid 

Sinking Fund Reserve... 


9,107 56 
90 31 


5,827 36 
185 14 


4,439 10 
185 05 


6,242 17 

338 95 


10,829 34 
526 82 


10,839 32 
808 63 


Depreciation Reserve . . . 
Surplus 


305 00 
442 39 


731 00 
4,396 77 


970 00 
927 91 


1,250 08 
858 03 


425 00 
1,250 44 


1,172 00 
725 21 


Total Liabilities and 
Reserves 




9,945 26 


11,140 27 


6,522 06 


8,689 23 


13,031 60 


13,545 16 




Percentage of Net Debt to 
Total Assets 


91.6 


52.3 


68.0 


71.8 


83.3 


80 







" k " Less than 500 population. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



103 



"A " — Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Thorndale 
k 


Tilbury 
1,605 


Tillsonburg 
3,059 


Toronto 
460,526 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. $ c. 
957 46 957 46 


$ c. 

1,974 27 

7,459 16 

21,923 73 


$ c. 

2,224 27 

7,713 53 

22,463 03 


$ c. 

807,332 75 
1,267,727 90 
2,469,769 69 
913,145 61 
504,169 70 
715,943 63 
702,939 78 


$ c. 
905,675 92 










1,430,600 03 

2,582,078 17 

929 045 88 


1,935 47 


2,055 26 


5,345 88 


5,528 07 


325 61 

510 23 

80 36 


939 20 

618 90 

80 36 


1,177 10 

1,888 27 

194 49 


1,758 22 

1,986 36 

194 49 


5,480 75 
5,538 30 
1,956 50 


8,134 21 
5,966 28 
1,961 25 


559,094 23 
749,361 04 
703,352 71 


273 95 


305 63 


1,159 48 


1,159 48 


718 05 


718 05 


1,535,111 36 
e 34,343 18 
f 77,120 72 


1,638,627 96 
e 36,911 42 
f 29,994 54 






3,553 47 


3,553 47 














3,125 62 

86 93 

41 80 

333 90 


3,999 35 

893 09 
40 80 


14,?76 15 

822 21 
25 12 


15,137 55 

445 01 
18 55 


45,050 76 

291 96 

3,026 65 

2,923 33 

1,814 70 

c 6,000 00 


49,180 62 

1,191 56 
1,152 85 
5,102 93 
2,300 93 
c 6,000 00 


9,027,604 32 

2,222 18 

792,422 03 

467,035 97 

630,553 40 

28,246 07 


9,564,741 90 

68,784 83 
635,784 99 
358,920 86 
792,371 65 














c 50 00 


c 500 00 








3,588 25 


4,933 24 


15,173 48 


16,101 11 


59,107 40 


64,928 89 


10,948,083 97 


11,420,604 23 


2,422 86 


2,967 85 


13,488 58 


13,222 67 


32,130 27 

4,396 58 


31,236 18 
4.954 21 


7,876,631 08 

662,729 37 

650,000 00 

32,592 10 


8,569,193 73 
216,539 84 










302,959 00 












208 00 


















3,156 78 

77 14 


4,046 45 
118 63 


13,488 58 
511 42 


13,222 67 

777 33 


36,526 85 

3,869 73 
1,814 70 
9,851 50 
7,044 62 


36,398 39 

4,763 82 

2,300 93 

10,021 00 

9,444 75 


9,221,952 55 

21,368 92 
630,553 40 
998,389 80 

75,819 30 


9,088,692 57 

64,806 27 
792,371 65 


245 66 
108 67 


392 66 
375 50 


565 00 
608 48 


1,265 00 
836 11 


1,410,756 15 
63,977 59 


3,588 2 


4,933 24 


15,173 48 


16,101 11 


59,107 40 64,928 89 


10,948.083 97 


11.420.604 23 


88.5 


82.0 


89.9 


82.1 


62.0 


56.6 


84.2 


79.6 



" c " Dominion War Loan Investment. 

" e " Exhibition construction. 

" f " Leasehold Improvements. 

" k " Less than 500 population. 



104 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Toronto 
Township 


Townsend 
Township 


Vaughan 
Township 


Victoria 





1917 


1918 


1918 


1918 




Assets 

Lands and Buildings. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Sub-Station Equipment.. 












Dist. System, Overhead.. 
Underground . 


8,903 85 


10,552 33 


446 21 


3,710 38 


4,727 86 


Line Transformers 

Meters 


5,848 21 
••••3,377 86 


7,637 68 
3,993 09 


1,065 68 
269 74 


2,685 79 

1,041 82 

122 54 


716 22 
1 276 73 


Street Light Eq'p., Regular 


145 69 


" Ornamental 










Miscel. Equip, and Con. Ex. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant 


649 77 


660 47 


85 55 


491 85 


642 64 


Old Plant 




619 65 


















Total Plant 

Bank and Cash Balance . . 


18,779 69 

1,104 42 

38 38 

2,100 56 


23,463 22 

885 97 

2 46 

2,091 95 


1,867 18 


8,052 38 
944 11 


7,509 14 
491 54 


Inventories 






Accounts Receivable .... 


732 82 

86 28 


639 94 
232 22 

b 436 48 




Sinking Fund 




Other Assets 


















Total Assets 


22,023 05 


26,443 60 


2,686 28 


10,305 13 


8,000 68 




Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 
Debenture Balance 


11,327 99 


10.961 45 


2,600 00 




6,116 93 


Accounts Payable 


1,472 69 2.460 85 


9,832 95 




Bank Overdraft 










Other Liabilities 


115 87 






154 34 












Total Liabilities 

Reserves 
Debentures Paid 


12,916 55 
672 01 


13,422 30 
1,038 55 


2,600 00 


9,987 29 


6,116 93 


Sinking Fund Reserve . . . 


86 28 


232 22 

85 62 




Depreciation Reserve . . . 


5,729 00 
2,705 49 


10,715 00 
1,267 75 


440 00 


Surplus 




1,060 68 


Total Liabilities 






and Reserves 


22,023 05 


26,443 60 


2,686 28 


10,305 13 


8,000 68 


Percentage of Net Debt 

to Total Assets. 


58.5 


50.8 


96.8 




76.8 







Operating losses shown in italics. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



105 



" A " — Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Harbor 
1,542 


Wallaceburg 
4,107 


Walkerville 
5,349 


Waterloo 
5,091 


1918 


i 
1917 1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 


$ c. $ c. 

3,876 29 1,735 58 

764 10 1,529 86 

23,412 23 27,445 95 


$ c. 

16,921 45 
19,524 12 
22,841 30 


$ c. 

16,921 45 
19,604 31 
22,906 21 


$ c. 

5,142 20 
19,502 40 


$ c. 
5,142 20 




1Q fiftfl nz 


4,733 26 


37,632 34 38 , 523 86 


716 22 

1,276 73 

145 69 


11,485 59 
7,444 60 
1,568 81 


13,422 27 
7,760 50 
1,569 37 


16,697 88 
20,119 36 


14,980 13 
19,756 62 


9,871 74 

11,441 85 

5,238 77 


10,459 53 

12,041 26 

5,238 77 




45,883 83 

18,962 85 

g 26,842 66 

19,169 29 


45,883 83 

22,701 50 

g 33,014 85 

18,542 02 


642 64 


3,264 59 3,368 56 


2,609 66 
2,483 64 
9,666 15 


2,476 27 
2 483 64 




22,197 10 22,064 38 


9 633 65 






7,514 54 
926 16 


74,013 31 


78,896 47 


206,962 74 

50 00 
13,040 07 
19,282 76 


214,310 92 

410 97 

8,943 27 

20,070 06 

1,299 64 


103,588 75 

1,124 72 
3,358 15 
7,593 34 
2,304 00 


105,689 23 
9,263 87 




5,482 17 
5,302 42 


6,097 15 
8,679 44 


4,723 09 




3,991 75 




2,592 00 


























8,440 70 


84,797 90 


93,673 06 


239,335 57 


245,034 86 


117,968 96 


126,259 94 


5,909 45 


43,063 09 

32,267 45 

1,668 17 


42,200 19 

33,979 94 

5,753 00 


88,550 60 

51,389 00 

21,000 39 

d 45,876 33 


123,388 82 
15,470 92 


60,709 12 
1,710 82 


59,525 06 








d 45,876 33 
















5,909 45 


76,998 71 


81,933 13 
2,799 81 


206,816 32 


184,736 07 

1,299 64 
20,683 98 
27,444 99 


62,419 94 

2,304 00 
23,325 00 
24,629 14 


61,076 61 
2,592 00 


732 00 
1,208 70 


2,790 00 
3,072 28 


5,366 00 
3,574 12 


10,642 12 
14,168 73 


26,467 00 
29,649 39 


8,440 70 


84,797 90 


93,673 06 


239,335 57 


245,034 86 


117,968 96 


126,259 94 






87.5 


86.4 


75.4 


53.0 


49.1 



" d " Local Improvement Debentures re Ornamental 'Street Lighting. 
" g " Ford City and Sandwich East construction. 



106 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Waterdown 
696 


Waterford 
1,027 


Watford 
1,115 





14)17 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


Assets 
Lands and Buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Sub-iStation Equipment 










, 


Distribution System, Overhead 

" " Underground . . 


7,187 26 


7,233 09 


2,105 81 


2,597 33 


6,020 64 


Line Transformers 


1,751 00 

1,750 77 

161 67 


1,751 00 

1,885 35 

161 67 


1,161 11 

1,449 20 

103 10 


1,374 77 

1,768 01 

103 10 


1,614 30 


Meters 


1,793 43 


Street Light Equipment, Regular... 
" " Ornamental . 


500 90 


Miscel. Equip, and Construction Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant 


100 34 


100 34 


366 02 


366 02 


1,306 03 


Old Plant 






5,057 53 


5,057 53 


2,031 91 








Total Plant 


10,951 04 
1,613 34 


11,131 45 

1,061 01 
35 00 


10,242 77 

95 20 

80 00 

566 52 


11,266 76 

98 20 

65 36 

738 68 


13,267 21 


Bank and Cash Balance 


704 00 


Inventories 


33 30 


Accounts Receivable 


133 50 


7 62 


Sinking Fund . 






Other Assets . . . 


c 1,500 00 


c 3,500 00 












Total Assets 


14,197 88 


15,727 54 

... 


10,984 49 


12,169 00 


14,012 13 


Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 

Debenture Balance 

Accounts Payable 


6,679 14 


6,299 35 


4,766 31 
361 40 


3,665 78 
585 42 


9,410 64 
2,590 05 


Bank Overdraft 








Other Liabilities 




400 00 




1,011 41 










Total Liabilities 


6,679 14 
1,32 J 86 


6.699 35 

1.700 65 


5,842 31 
2,979 22 


4,251 20 
4,079 75 


13,012 10 


Reserves 
Debentures Paid 




Sinking Fund Reserve . 




Depreciation Reserve . 


3,556 00 
2,641 88 


4,612 00 
2,715 54 




241 00 

3,597 05 




Surplus 


2,162 96 


697 46 






Total Liabilities and Reserves . . . 


14,197 88 


15,727 54 


10,984 49 


12,169 00 


14,012 13 


Percentage of Net Debt to Total Assets 


47.4 


42.6 


53.2 


34.9 


93.0 



Dominion War Lean Investment. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



107 



"A" — Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Watford 


Waterloo 
Township 


Waubaushene 
k 


Welland 
7,905 


Wellesley 
583 


1918 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

27,521 25 

38,020 61 
54,786 47 


$ c. 

26,647 05 
44,132 84 
64,574 86 


$ c. 


$ c. 














7,041 18 


334 38 


2,789 25 


2,789 25 


4,121 43 


4,126 43 


1,397 33 

1,924 05 

509 05 


1,015 13 
355 49 


239 66 
816 87 
159 22 


239 66 
816 87 
159 22 


14,302 63 
8,911 75 
2,494 34 


17,562 97 

13,255 86 

2,813 58 


i,3ii 47 

908 60 
386 55 


1,311 47 

1,079 82 

386 55 








' 1,305 70 


33 88 


257 66 


257 66 


8,331-95 


8,961 79 


93 57 


93 57 


664 87 
































12,842 18 


1,738 88 


4,262 66 


4,262 66 

333 44 

4 53 

110 00 


154,369 00 

6,061 47 

6,004 19 

26,389 75 

8,119 67 


177,948 95 

236 92 

7,955 92 

27,592 50 

13,585 72 


6,821 62 
1,235 36 


6,997 84 
1,699 36 


231 09 




5 33 
130 37 
















































13,073 27 


1,738 88 


4,398 36 


4,710 63 


200,944 08 


227,320 01 


8,056 98 


8,697 20 


9,091 43 




3,304 00 
47 29 


3,197 09 
85 21 


130,000 00 
37,601 78 


130,000 00 
27,955 41 
20,258 69 


7,296 12 


7,080 01 




1,738 88 










3 69 




























9,521 27 


1,738 88 


3,387 87 


3,282 30 


167,601 78 


178,214 10 


7,296 12 


7,080 01 






8,119 67 
14,085 00 
11,137 63 


13,585 72 

26,543 00 

8,977 19 




435 00 




265 00 
549 49 


435 00 
690 42 


235 00 
321 98 


556 00 


2,495 22 




641 20 








13,073 27 


1,738 88 


4,398 36 


4,710 62 


200,944 08 


227,320 01 


8,056 98 


S,697 20 






















1 







" k " Less than 500 population. 



108 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


West Lome 
708 


Weston 
2,283 


Whitby 
Township 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


Assets 

Lands and Buildings 


$ e. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,230 94 

7,068 41 

13,978 00 


$ c. 

3,230 94 
11,889 20 
14,163 05 


$ c. 


SutnStation Equipment 








Distribution System, Overhead 

" " Underground . . 


4,983 83 


5,177 74 


8,703 31 


Line Transformers 

Meters 


540 10 
892 89 
566 10 


540 10 

1,071 06 

566 10 


9,553 16 
4,880 38 
1,936 66 


10,975 10 
5,243 48 
2,020 66 


2,500 28 
1,261 28 


Street Light Equipment, Regular... 
" " Ornamental . 


693 98 


Miscel. Equip, and Construction Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant 


174 49 


199 49 


3,178 93 


1,484 06 


195 49 


Old Plant 


1,250 00 


1,250 00 





2,012 03 








Total Plant 

Bank and Cash Balance 


8,407 41 
74 97 


8,804 49 


43,826 48 

4,959 43 
356 24 
425 36 


51,018 52 

589 34 

412 95 

3,043 77 


13,354 34 


Inventories 


30 00 
93 05 




Accounts Receivable 


93 05 




Sinking Fund 


121 00 


Other Assets 


160 00 


160 00 












Total Assets 


8,735 43 


9,087 54 


49,567 51 


55,064 58 


13,475 34 


Liabilities and Reserves 
Liabilities 
Debenture Balance 


7,898 81 
123 73 


7,791,55 

117 87 

57 33 


15,717 74 
8,157 70 


14,908 66 
9,206 85 




Accounts Payable 


12 870 59 


Bank Overdraft 




Other Liabilities 


116 87 















Total Liabilities 


8,139 41 
101 19 


7,966 75 
208 45 


23,875 44 
4,250 14 


24,115 51 
5,059 22 


12 870 59 


Reserves 
Debentures Paid 




Sinking Fund Reserve 


121 00 


Depreciation Reserve 




286 00 
626 34 


9,150 00 
12,291 93 


11,069 00 
14,820 85 


483 75 


Surplus 


494 83 








Total Liabilities and Reserves . . . 


8,735 43 


9,087 54 


49,567 51 


55,064 58 


13,475 34 


Percentage of Net Debt to Total Assets 


93.2 


87.7 


48.4 


43.8 





1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



109 



"A" — Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Whitby 

East 

Township 


Williamsburg 
k 


Winchester 
1,042 


Windsor 
26,524 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 


$ c. 


! • c. 


$ c. 
224 15 


$ c. 
224 15 


$ c. 

11,641 60 

35,674 81 

156,801 01 


$ c. 

10,141 60 

28,687 23 

120,934 57 






676 53 


1,493 23 


1,525 99 


7,477 25 


7,571 23 


2,058 85 
752 12 


297 89 

489 67 

66 16 


297 89 

544 02 

66 16 


665 86 

1,246 44 

564 98 


665 86 

1,571 79 

564 98 


23,551 85 
51,788 84 
35,520 22 
126,885 54 
62,203 71 


30,470 84 
57,448 50 
12,093 60 
216,879 92 
53 188 91 






4 00 


4 00 


343 94 


343 94 










1,100 00 


1,100 00 


7,826 13 










3,487 50 


2,350 95 

635 59 
476 95 


2,483 06 

964 70 
348 30 


11,622 62 


12,041 95 

1,464 63 

2,896 15 

75 62 


511,893 71 

115 21 

49,476 95 

2,993 85 

8,457 27 

150 00 


529,845 17 
16,778 97 




3.880 62 
117 54 


44,594 95 
11,363 28 


52 74 


147 23 




11,760 71 


















3,687 47 


3,463 49 


3,751 06 


15,620 78 


16,478 35 


573,086 99 


614,343 08 




2,487 80 
57 00 


2,391 52 


10,221 17 


10,060 01 


266,487 38 
48,595 78 


336,451 73 


3,176 14 


743 28 






186 07 















d 216,879 92 


d 216,879 92 














3,176 14 


2,544 80 


2,391 52 

358 48 


10,407 24 


10,060 01 
589 99 


531,963 08 

8,457 27 

15,240 50 

8,913 49 


554,074 93 


147 23 


11,760 71 


364 10 


155 00 
501 49 


292 00 
709 06 


1,760 00 
3,024 71 


2,139 00 
3,689 35 


29,197 00 
5,762 14 






3,687 47 


3,463 49 


3,751 06 


15,620 78 


16,478 35 


573,086 99 


614,343 08 






63.8 




61.0 


93.0 


90.2 



" d " Local Improvement Debentures re Ornamental Street Lighting. 
" k " Less than 500 population. 



110 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Condensed Balance Sheets of Electric Departments 



Municipality 
Population 


Woodbridge 
615 


Woodstock 
10,004 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Assets 

Lands and Buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

7,331 95 
27,685 13 
41,124 41 


$ c. 
7,331 95 


Sub-Station Equipment 






27,685 13 


Distribution System, Overhead .... 
" " Underground . . 


6,004 20 


6,236 40 


42,537 12 


Line Transformers 

Meters 


1,945 29 

1,077 75 

319 61 


2,650 55 

1,285 16 

319 61 


22,640 12 
20,357 63 
10,450 67 


23,978 29 
21,172 09 


Street Light Equipment, Regular. . . 
" " Ornamental . 


10,450 67 


Miscel. Equip, and Construction Exp. 
Steam or Hydraulic Plant 


511 40 


498 07 






16,193 85 
15,008 62 

160,792 38 

3,271 69 
1,649 47 

"44,'388*43 
c 26,000 00 


16,267 29 


Old Plant 






15,008 62 










Total Plant 

Bank and Cash Balance 

Inventories 

Accounts Receivable 

Sinking Fund 


9,858 25 

758 25 
53 09 
98 39 


10,989 79 

27 16 

32 10 

1,340 02 


164,431 16 

1,669 32 
1,161 75 

' 48,629*34 


Other Assets 


c 500 00 


c 500 00 


c 36,500 00 


Total Assets 


11,267 98 


12,889 07 


236,101 97 


252,391 57 


Liabilities and Reserves 

Liabilities 

Debenture Balance 

Accounts Payable 


8,251 97 
27 64 


8,130 43 
223 11 


107,385 63 


107,385 63 


Bank Overdraft 






Other Liabilities 




















Total Liabilities 

Reserves 
Debentures Paid 


8,279 61 
248 00 


8,353 54 
369 54 


107,385 63 


107,385 63 


Sinking Fund Reserve 


44,388 43 
35,945 78 
48,382 13 


48,629 34 




1,085 00 
1,655 37 


1,461 01 
2,704 98 


35,134 00 


Surplus 


61,242 60 


Total Liabilities and Reserves 


11,267 98 


12,889 07 


236,101 97 


252,391 57 


Percentage of Net Debt to Total Assets 


73.2 


65.2 


45.4 


42.5 



Dominion War Loan Investment. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



111 



"A"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities as at December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Woodville 
k 


Wyoming 
526 


Zurich 
k 




1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 




$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
















1,670 90 


1,864 92 


5,199 97 


5,207 00 


3,427 67 




700 96 
765 20 
104 81 


700 96 
819 20 
127 31 


559 44 
681 81 
262 32 


501 69 
682 56 
262 32 


991 96 
868 74 
395-77 




98 96 


225 46 


735 00 


735 00 


273 30 




2,182 50 


2,182 50 






150 00 











5,523 33 
311 14 


5,920 35 


7,438 54 


7,388 57 
396 45 


6,107 44 
872 36 




316 89 


330 81 
108 17 






99 24 






2 95 


















b 63 2Q 
















6,250 60 


6,359 33 


7,438 54 


7,848 31 


6,982 75 




3,824 18 
1,626 43 


3,759 34 

1,539 74 

83 64 


6,117 10 
514 09 
121 82 


5,909 71 
777 31 


5,591 61 






























5,450 61 
175 82 


5,382 72 
240 66 


6,753 01 
382 90 


6,687 02 
590 29 


5,591 61 










230 00 
394 17 


397 00 
338 95 


210 00 
92 63 


571 00 


227 00 
1,164 14 










6,250 60 


6,359 33 


7,438 54 


7,848 31 


6,982 75 




87.3 


84.6 


90.8 


87.3 


80.1 





" b " Operating losses shown in italics. 
" k " Less than 500 population. 



112 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATE- 

Report Showing Operation of Municipalities 



Municipality 


Months 
Covered 

by 
Report 


Popu- 
lation 


Power 
Purchased 


Operation 

and 

Maintenance 


Debenture 
Charges 

and 
Interest 


Total 
Operation 


Revenue 


Toronto 

Hamilton 

Ottawa 

London 

Brantford .... 


12 
12 
12 
12 
12 


460,526 

104,491 

100,561 

57,301 

26,601 


$ c. 
824,251 36 
174,176 89 

82,912 84 
178,096 39 

47,860 14 


$ c. ' $ c. 

635,099 96j 532,976 12 

110,796 11 73,344 69 

96,087 55 42,178 44 

82,558 20 52,147 15 

20,387 90 1 17,596 00 


$ c. 

1,992,327 44 

358,317 69 

221,178 83 

312,801 74 

85,844 04 


$ c. 
2,324,434 26 
438,756 64 
263,410 84 
399,023 01 
114,362 39 



Windsor 


12 


26,524 


64,603 20 


43,611 89 


20,572 17 


128,787 26 


142,296 71 


Kingston 


12 


22,265 


36,562 69 


40,646 15 


20,077 32 


97,286 16 


126,069 04 


Peterborough . 


12 


19,816 


62,097 31 


37,067 48, 


15,065 95 


114,230 74 


130,224 98 


Kitchener . . . 


12 


19,380 


80,326 97 


26,131 13| 


18,514 51 


124,972 61 


155,249 08 


St. Catharines 


12 


17,917 


69,417 32 


26,110 79 


16,048 20 


111,576 31 


145,845 12 



Stratford . . . . i 
St. Thomas.. 

Guelph 

Port Arthur . 
Chatham 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



17,371 
17,216 
16,022 
15,224 
13,943 



39,318 19 
50,380 03, 
58,390 351 
87,012 71 
39,881 14 



17,806 08 
21,712 55 

18,546 60 
32,405 15 

17,881 94 



18,987 17 
10,231 90 
10,273 28 
51,420 i 92 
8,884 74 



76,111 44 
82,324 48 
87,210 23 
170,838 78 
66,647 82 



86,983 65 
105,961 89 
109,812 18 
226,998 30 

73,282 47 



Sarnia 

Gait 

Owen Sound . 
Niagara Fails 
Woodstock . . . 



12 


12,323 


12 


11,920 


12 


11,819 


12 


11,715 


12 


10,004 



41,478 27 
53,381 56 
30,903 17[ 
26,225 01 
24,737 65 



24,737 10 
15,893 891 
15,252 63 i 
23,266 90 l 
12,529 96! 



18.092 711 
16,302 57 
11,256 56 
13,079 78 
7,319 OH 



84,308 08 
85,578 02 
57,412 36 
62,571 69 
44,586 62 



99,370 14 
108,536 79 
70,105 43 
71,586 32 
58,272 84 



Brockville . . 
Welland 
Midland 
Collingwood . 
Barrie 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



9,473 


7,905 


7,109 


7,010 


6,866 ! 



9,853 98 
70,340 45 ' 
25,204 55 i 
54,929 55 
14,803 25 



78,769 24 

16,481 15 

5,273 10 

5,840 55 

6,012 30 



16,474 62| 

11,880 77 

4,634 04 

3,476 97 

6,052 29 



105,097 84 
98,702 37 
35,111 69 
64,247 07 
26,867 84 



97,300 13 
109,713 77 
44,852 73 
74,747 20 
35,239 03 



Smith's Falls 


12 


6,115 


Walkerville . . 


12 


5,349 


Ingersoll 


12 


5,300 


Waterloo 


12 


5,091 


Goderich 


12 


4,553 



2,447 50 
95,022 67 
19,772 09 
17,429 03 
14,380 97 



17,445 26 
20,990 96 

7,555 07 
10,228 77 

4,897 94 



12,029 38 

12,550 10 

4,491 37 

4,115 24 

4,747 71 



31,922 14 1 
128,563 73 ! 
31,818 53 
31,773 04, 
24,026 62 



29,485 30 
151,911 93 
39,205 41 
40,376 66 
30,517 68 



Preston 

Dundas 

Paris 

Wallace burg 
Simcoe 



12 


4,949 


12 


4,834 


12 


4,447 


12 


4,107 


12 


4,032 



18,067 42| 

7,341 91! 

11,317 871 

19,600 88 
4,417 86 



10,552 33 
8,585 44 
5,401 79 
4,451 67 
1,835 Oil 



8,257 70 
5,084 63 
6,665 00 
5,187 37 
1,820 04 



36,877 45 
21,011 98 
23,384 66 
29,239 92 
8,072 91 



40,519 43 
26,634 42 
28,376 92 
32,317 76 
10,027 58 



Brampton .. 
St. Mary's . 
Penetang . . 
Petrolea 

Dunnville . . , 



12 


4,023 


12 


3,960 


12 


3,672 


12 


3,047 


12 


3,237 



19,360 34 
10,606 97 

9,687 88 
12,065 02 

1,811 05 



5,142 06 
3,945 12 
3,326 05 
4,503 72 
3,966 62 



4,408 25 
5,017 47 
2,019 20 
3,733 46 
3,235 95 



28,910 65 
19,569 56 
15,033 13 
20,302 20 
9,013 62 



35,191 97 
23,385 67 
17,153 76 
23,408 12 
10,845 66 



14,705 27 
24,792 82 
13,517 70 
19,486 76 
15,238 38 



Hanover. . . 
Tillsonburg. 
Hespeler . . 
Strathroy . . 
Prescott . . . 



12 

12 
12 
12 
12 



3,310 
3,059 
2,886 
2,816 
2,630 



10,086 12 
17,875 10 

7,253 42 
12,648 42 

4,946 06 



1,363 97 
4,537 04 
3,304 04 
3,039 27 
8,299 48 



3,255 18 
2,380 68 
2,960 241 
3,799 07l 
1,992 841 



16,385 07 
29,857 28 
17,047 55 
20,721 06 
16,759 13 



Orangeville 
Listowel . . . 
Huntsville . 
Ridgetown 
Elmira . . . . 



12 


2,381 


12 


2,291 


12 


2,135 


12 


2,080 


12 


2,065 



4,316 96 
8,167 83 
15,276 77 j 
5,768 07 1 
5,728 49 



2,051 41 
3,817 23 
2,605 81 
1,595 66 
1,954 86 



2,898 12| 
3,086 86l 
1,841 73 
1,619 42 
1,419 91) 



9,266 49 

15,071 92 

19,724 31 

8,983 15 

9,103 26 



9,247 26 
17,032 82 
21,391 98 
12,989 50 
10,816 03 



Aylmer . 
Weston , 
Mimico. 
Clinton , 

Milton.. 



9 


2,119 


12 


2,283, 


12 


2,004 


12 


1,981 


12 


1,947 



3,701 74 
18,647 48 
4,411 99 
5,087 45 
7,759 96 



1,933 47 
4,001 73 1 
4,471 48 
2,058 17 
2,653 22 



3,347 38] 
2,552 39! 
1,576 09 
3,016 07! 
2.249 72 



8,982 59 
25,201 60 
10,459 56 
10,161 69 
12,662 90 



7,455 56 
30,431 53 
14,558 02 
11,480 75 
14,092 17 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



113 



MENT " B " 

for Period ending December 31st, 



1918 



Surplus 



Deprecia- 
tion 



Surplus 
less Depre- 
ciation 



Total 

accumulated 

Surplus 



Number of Consumers 



Dom. 
Lt. 



Com'l 
Lt. 



Power Total 



PerCent. 
of Con- 
sumers 
to Popu- 
lation 



H. P. 

taken 

in Dec. 

1918 



$ c. 
332,106 82 
80,438 95 
42,232 01 
86,221 27 
28,518 35 



$ c. 
310,439 83 
46,450 11 
36,832 00 
41,211 57 
10,080 00 



$ c. 

21,666 99 
33,988 84 
5,400 01 
45,009 70 
18,438 35 



$ c. 

63,977 59 
148,435 09 

83,252 19 
225,193 12 

45,948 22 



42,558 
15,421 

9,047 
10,703 

2,936 



113 
664 
182 
699 
361 



034 
523 
207 
418 
40 



705 
608 
436 
820 
337 



t 11.6 
t 16.8 
t 10.3 
t 22.3 
t 12.5 



55,965 

12,560.3 
6,793 
9,081.7 
3,230.6 



13,509 45 
28,782 88 
15,994 24 
30,276 47 
34,268 81 



11,014 80 
10,295 00 
7,572 00 
14,403 00 
10.237 00 



2,494 651 
18,487 88 

8,422 24 
15,873 47 
24,031 8ll 



5,762 14 

113,289 96 

28,037 97 

72,117 16 

68.211 63 



4,415 


484 


101 


1,873 


685 


104 


4,409 


699 


119 


2,822 


547 


155 


3,122 


279 


53 



000 
662 
227 
524 
454 



t 18.8 
11.9 
26.3 
18.1 

t 19.3 



2,038.8 

1,267 

4,709 

4,338 

4,236 

1,650.2 

2,051 

2,892.7 

4,500 

1,254.6 



10.872 21 
23,637 41 
22,601 95 
56,159 52 
6,634 65 



10,529 001 

11,413 50,' 

9,806 001 

*5,'3i8'66l 



343 21 
12,223 91 
12,795 95 
56,159 52 
1,316 65 



1,467 32 

93,848 86 

106,611 97 

233,116 23 

4.055 11 



2,700: 
2.654J 
2,380[ 
2,807 
1,309 



399 


118 


481 


112 


512 


83 


535 


42 


265 


35 



217 
247 
975 
384 
609 



18.1 

18.8 

* 

22.2 
11.5 



15,062 06 
22,958 77 
12,693 07 
9,014 63 
13,686 22 



11,455 00 

10,136 00 

4,950 25 

7,792 50 

6,276 00 



3,60? 06 
12,822 77 
7,742 82 
1,222 13 
7,410 22 



29,877 64 
51,336 39 
31,649 71 
33,954 18 
61,242 60 



2,380 


445 


62 


2,887 


23.4 


2,460 


371 


87 


2,918 


24.4 


1,492 


403 


84 


1,979 


16.7 


2,447 


418 


61 


2,926 


24.9 


1,418 


369 


68 


1,855 


18.5 



1,666.3 
2,754.7 
1,021.4 
2,733.2 
1,266.7 



g 1,191 II 
11,011 40 

9,741 04 
10,500 13 

8,371 19 



.. '§ 7,7; 



7,799 00 3,212 40 

4,294 00 5,447 04 

3,300 00 7,200 13 

3,517 00 4,854 19 



10,722 44 
8,977 19 
42,256 94 
33,677 94 
40,065 65 



1,146 


353 


47 


1,546 


* 


767 


120 


28 


915 


t 11.5 


937 


195 


38 


1,170 


16.4 


921 


234 


49 


1,204 


* 


956 


258 


20 


1.234 


17.9 



2J3B m 
23.348 20 
7,386 88 
8,603 62| 
6,491 06! 



3,375 00 
7,334 00 
3,477 00 
4,754 00 
3,377 00 



5,8 11 HI, 


16,014 20 


3,909 88 


3,849 62 


3,114 06 



5,811 8-'f 
27,444 99 
25,969 78 
29,649 39 
29,686 72 



941 
1,970 
716 
735 
566 



??,() 


29 


1,190 


19.4 


230 


67 


2,267 


* 


187 


45 


948 


17.8 


155 


50 


940 


18.4 


147 


15 


728 


* 



348.2 
2,093.7 
1,228 
1,832.4 

549.6 



2,586.1 
906 

884.7 
419 



3,641 98 
5,622 44 
4,992 26 
3,077 84 
1,954 67l 



4,740 00 
4,423 00 
3,129 00 
2,123 00 
1,295 00 



1,098 02 

1,199 44 

1,863 26 

954 84 

659 67! 



11 ,977 91 

9,938 06 

2,918 SO 

3,574 12 

2,696 82 



871 


190 


37 


861 


170 


42 


625 


162 


8 


527 


169 


18 


103 


111 


16 



,098 
,073 t 
795 
714 
230 



22.1 

* 

17.8 

17.3 

5.7 



1,034.8 
687.6 
537.5 
6C6.5 
142 



6,281 32 
3,816 11 
2,120 63 
3,105 92 
1,832 04 



3,449 00 
3,491 00 
2,256 00 
1,952 00 



2,832 321 
325 ll! 

135 31\ 
1,153 92! 
1,832 04! 



12,169 19 

5,294 99 

8,097 32 

946 93 

6,002 54 



807 
606 
215 
315 
143 



153 


30 


990 


24.6 


180 


34 


820 


20.7 


95 


14 


324 


8.8 


158 


40 


513 


16.8 


108 


7 


258 


7.9 



778.8 

443 

447.7 

359 

179.6 



1,679 80 
5,064 46 
3,529 85 
1,234 30 
1,520 75 



1,840 00 
2,239 00 
1,499 00 
1,644 00 
2,000 00 



160 20\ 

2,825 46 

2,030 85l 

1,09 10 

1,19 25 



160 20 

9,444 75 

2,7S6 53 

3,934 70 

26,805 81 



335 


92 


9 


530 


166 


22 


336 


83 


13 


381 


142 


12 


414 


134 


14 



436 
718 
432 
535 
562 



13.1 

*■ 

15 
19 
21.3 



347.2 

748 

345.8 

319.6 

195.7 



19 23\ 
1,960 90 
1,667 67 
4,006 35 
1,712 77 



1,270 00 

1,168 00 

920 00 

772 00 

934 00 



1,289 23 
792 90 
747 67 

3,234 35 

778 77 



7.9,9 91 

4,678 06 

1,547 60 

11,208 74 

5,838 81 



155 


90 


5 


256 


128 


13 


272 


83 


3 


221 


97 


6 


243 


89 


14 



250 
397 
358 
324 
346 



10.5 
17.3 
16.7 
15.5 
16.7 



166.7 

831 

878 

146 

180.2 



1,521 03 
5,229 93j 
4,098 46 
1,319 06 
1,429 27 





§ 1,521 03 
2,869 93 


2,360 00 


1,680 00 


2,418 46 


1,150 00 


169 06 


1,196 00 


233 27 



1,521 03 


392 


112 


14,820 85 


530 


90 


7,270 53 


615 


32 


370 62 


258 


121 


10,672 22 


227 


73 



5 

i 

7! 



509 


24 


630 


27.6 


656 


32.7 


389 


19.6 


307 


15.7 



157 

791.4 

192.6 

153.2 

323 



fCompetitive territory. 

*Rural or summer population create abnormal conditions. 
Figures in italics indicate operating losses. 

^Operating onlv partly with Hvdro Power. Operating loss due to high cost of coal 
in 1918. 



114 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Report Showing Operation of Municipalities 



Municipality 


Months 

Covered Popu- 
by i lation 
Report 


Power 
Purchased 


Operation 

and 

Maintenance 


Debenture 
Charges 

and 
Interest 


Total 
Operation 


Revenue 


Chesley 

Seaf orth 

Mount Forest 
Palmers ton .. 
Fergus 


12 
12 
12 
12 
12 


1,860 
2,075 
1,871 
1,843 
1,679 


$ c. 
3,975 36 
21,916 64 
3,811 31 
3,350 96 
3,955 78 


$ c. 
1,004 47 
2,270 71 
2,032 24 
1,289 06 
2,375 56 


$ c. 
2,406 83 
1,662 99 
1,899 26 
2,216 99 
1,130 59 


$ c. 
7,386 66 
25,850 34 
7,742 81 
6,857 01 
7,461 93 


$ c. 
8,546 00 
29,692 44 
9,433 64 
9,032 23 
9,156 05 


Georgetown . . 

Tilbury 

Mitchell 

Gravenhurst . 
Acton 


12 
12 
12 
12 

12 


1,654 
1,605 
1,656 
1,600 
1,570 


12,016 20 
2,669 41 
5,977 80 
4,169 59 
6,222 60 


2,203 09 
1,139 31 
2,867 19 
3,141 01 
1,682 01 


1,857 49 
1,057 03 
1,804 69 
3,788 75 
1,077 12 


16,076 78 

4,865 75 

10,649 68 

11,099 35 

8,981 73 


21,237 5 J 
5,793 38 
12,707 01 
13,056 51 
10,231 25 


Durham 

Vict. Harbor. 

Exeter 

Forest 

Dresden 


12 
12 
12 
12 
12 


1,520 
1,542 
1,504 
1,421 
1,403 


2,386 66 
963 94 
5,478 62 
6,135 07 
3,906 88 


614 22 

397 42 

1,225 81 

1,527 13 

1,641 75 


1,590 72 
543 93 
1,324 86 
2,862 98 
1,471 71 


4,591 60 
1,905 29 
8,029 29 
10,525 18 
7,020 34 


4,742 52 

2,345 31 

11,298 28 

11,258 88 

7,644 27 



New Hamburg 

Harriston 

New Toronto. 
Pt. Dalhousie. 
Blenheim .... 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



1,398 
1,563 
1,423 
1,318 
1,257 



5,248 00 
3,220 25 
52,982 62 
2,031 36 
3,666 05 



2,032 37 
1,586 89 
3,169 36 
2,116 82 
1,550 48 



1,110 91 
1,206 63 
1,374 60 
1,261 25 
1,027 35 



8,391 28 
6,013 77 
57,506 58 
5,409 43 
6,243 88 



10,571 74 
6,722 52 

69,420 60 
5,490 52 
8,095 54 



Caledonia . . 
Alliston . . . 
Watford . . . 
Pt. Credit . 
Norwich . . . 



12 
6 
12 
12 
12 



1,236 
1,237 
1,115 
1,176 
1,093 



1,240 80 
1,618 34 
2,479 05 
1,564 86 
3,990 25 



287 89 
515 32 
364 83 
993 68 
8,161 83 



361 72 
876 34 
905 35 
609 91 
1,112 45 



1,890 41 
3,010 00 
3,749 23 
3,168 45 
13,264 53 



3,164 30 
3,100 74 
5,981 99 
3,925 62 
14,465 88 



Hagersville 
Winchester. 
Waterford . , 
Shelburne . 
Elora 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



1,053 
1,042 
1,027 
1,018 
1,005 



3,436 66 
2,788 18 
3,790 78 
3,563 00 
5,006 88 



974 91 

1,362 41 

808 38 

993 16 

1,257 45 



550 80 

777 50 

1,626 64 

1,358 34 

1,013 46 



4,962 37 
4,928 09 
6,225 80 
5,914 50 
7,277 79 



6,913 60 
5,971 73 
7,900 89 
6,722 61 
9,602 7 6 



Arthur 

Beaverton 

Stayner 

Tavistock.... 
Milverton 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



003 
821 
990 
974 
929 



4,685 23 
2,748 77 
3,039 43 
8,477 74 
7,559 45 



460 58 
811 48 
717 79 
814 64 
782 27 



1,299 14i 

1,121 06 

1,222 10 

467 64 

754 50 



6,444 95 
4,681 31 
4,979 32 
9,760 02 
9,096 22 



6,243 58 

5,495 02 

4,804 27 

14,009 14 

11,253 66 



Markdale .... 
Chesterville . . 

Dutton 

Ayr 


12 
12 
12 
12 
12 


904 
868 
840 
780 
746 


1,498 38 
4,811 60 
2,638 60 
1,460 47 
2,772 18 


523 68 
798 37 
567 73 
730 23 
1,096 24 


970 10 

626 73 

567 94 

1,136 54 

1,079 42 


2,992 16 
6,236 70 
3,774 27 
3,327 24 
4,947 84 


3,966 51 
7,837 25 
4,912 23 
4,163 87 


Cannington .. 


5,090 80 


Pt. Stanley.. 
Waterdown . . 
Thamesville . 

Dundalk 

Hensall 


12 
12 
12 
12 

12 


"696 
742 
750 
717 


4,501 71 
2,089 14 
1,687 34 
2,191 50 
2,516 54 


2,337 73 

1,190 36 

888 34 

389 33 

440 08 


1,233 32 
1,419 59 

849 80 
860 78 
774 16 


8,072 76 
4,699 09 
3,425 48 
3,441 61 
3,730 78 


9,808 15 
5,828 75 
3,647 25 
4,281 12 
4,513 38 


West Lome . . 

Bolton 

Both well .... 

Drayton 

Lucan 


12 
12 
12 
12 
12 


708 
601 
695 
613 
643 


1,444 19 
4,310 73 
3,150 64 
2,398 63 
5,771 33 


428 55 
766 91 
339 06 
177 74 
857 91 


581 18 

1,000 04 

1,256 82 

588 42 

883 65 


2,453 92 
6,077 68 
4,746 52 
3,164 79 
7,512 89 


2,871 43 
6,878 72 
5,412 00 
3,678 58 
8,898 12 


Rodney 

Grand Valley . 

Beeton 

Woodbridge . . 
Oil Springs . . 


12 

12 

4 

12 
10 


626 
586 
588 
615 
537 


1,570 26 
2,304 48 
1,234 12 
2,481 87 
2,209 29 


357 65 
444 68 
72 49 
419 16 
119 81 


590 36 
959 03 
269 54 
568 10 
825 16 


2,518 27 
3,708 19 
1,576 15 
3,469 13 
3,154 26 


2,705 28 
4,122 70 
1,400 97 
4,992 30 
3,079 92 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



115 



44 B "—Continued 

for Period ending December 31st, 1918 



Surplus 



Surplus 
Depreciation less Depre- 
ciation 



Total 

accumulated 

Surplus 



Number of Consumers 



Dom. 
Lt. 



Com'l 
Lt. 



Power 



Total 



PerCent. 
of Con- 
sumers 

to Popu- 
lation 



H. P. 

taken 

in Dec. 

1918 



$ c. 
1,159 34 
3,842 10 
1,690 83 
2,175 22 
1,694 12 



$ c. 
873 00 
770 00 
920 00 
723 00 
795 00 



$ c.l 

286 34 
2,072 lOl 

770 83 
1,452 22 

899 12 



$ c. 
1,292 55 
9,257 73 
3,894 70 
1,312 10 
4,969 10 



202 


78 


13 


293 


15.7 


341 


108 


12 


461 


22.2 


187 


107 


4 


298 


15.9 


177 


69 


2 


248 


13.4 


198 


87 


10 


295 


17.5 



106.1 
384.7 
129.7 
93.8 
141 



5,160 73 
927 63 
2,057 33 
1,957 16 
1,249 52 



1,755 00 

449 00| 

1,410 00 

1,975 00 

662 00 



3,405 73 

478 63 i 
647 33 

11 8J, 

587 521 



15,883 99 
836 11 

10,682 65 

819 56 

4.500 m 



330 


84 


24 


438 


26.4 


135 


75 


4 


214 


13.3 


217 


102 


22 


341 


20.6 


264 


59 


8 


331 


20.7 


219 


61 


9 


289 


18.4 



426.2 
65.2 
180.9 
268 
171.6 



150 92 
440 02 
3,268 99 
733 70 
623 93 



2,180 46, 

708 75 : 

11,914 02 

81 09 

1,851 66 



683 00 
292 00 
733 00 

974 oo; 

519 00 



532 08 
148 02 
2,535 99 
i',0 30 
104 93 



1,050 00 

544 00 
1,478 00 

545 98 
750 00 



1,130 46 

164 75 

10,436 02 

J,6.i, 89 

1,101 66 



l,861.m 
1,208* 
5,299 SB 
2,044 ^W 

tesgm 

10,053 "So 
1,871 24 

21,163 49 
1,0.19 hi 
3,219 29 



183| 

71 1 
187 

268 

209 



82! 
27 
84, 

100! 

107 



266 


17.5 


98 


6.3 


1 274 


18.2 


376 


26.4 


1 318 


22.6 



192 


67 


148 


67 


400 


22 


366 


29 


216 


76 



268 
220 
432 
405 
302 



19.1 
14.1 

30.3 

* 

24 



76.4 

37.2 

138.6 

110.8 

207.7 



177 

76.2 
2,500 

96.5 
131.4 



1,273 89 1 

90 74 

2,232 76 

757 17 

1,201 35 



368 00 



435 00 
620 00 
705 00 



905 89 

90 74 1 

1,797 76 i 

137 Yl\ 

496 351 



3,744 88 
90 74 
2,495 22 
2,900 42 
7,080 97 



40 
191 
108 
164 
364 



276 
182 
200 
450 



6.9 

* 

16.3 
17.3 



45.5 
110 
45.3 
66 

209 



1,951 23i 
1,043 64 
1,675 09 
808 11 
2,324 97 



495 00 
489 00 
241 00 
670 00 
689 00 



1,456 23 
554 64 

1,434 09 
138 11 

1.635 97 



6,426 95 
3,689 35 
3,597 05 
776 31 
4,539 81 



140 
174 
133 
142 
134 



3 


211 


20 


1 


222 


21.3 


2 


181 


* 


5 


223 


21.9 


2 


195 


19.4 



137.3 
75 

113.6 
159.5 
150 



201 31 

813 71 

/7.T or, 

4,249 12 

2,157 44 



735 00 
414 00 
533 12 
384 00 
413 00 



936 31 

399 71 

108 11 

3,865 12 

1,744 44 



1,423 J f 

855 33 

381 11 

4,396 77 

2,345 73 



69 


58 


4 


131 


13 


175 


52 


8 


235 


*■ 


132 


57 


4 


193 


19.4 


114 


58 


3 


175 


17.9 


75 


65 


5 


145 


15.6 



134.9 
93.8 
142.2 
274.8 
278 



974 35 

1,600 55 

1,137 96 

836 63 

142 96 



445 00 
386 00 
389 00 
423 00 
476 00 



529 35 
1,214 55 
748 96 
413 63 
333 Oh 



2,205 52 
2,595 67 
2,933 79 
1,132 42 

1,008 50 



108 
96 

127 
94 

145 



179 
146 
192 
145 
218 



19.8 
16.8 

18.6 



97.5 
112 
100.5 

53 

79.7 



1,735 39 

1,129 66 

221 77 

839 51 

782 60 



804 00 
,056 00 
407 00 
325 00 
426 00 



931 39 
73 66 
185 23 
514 51 
356 60 



6,836 11 
2,715 54 

725 21 
1 ,505 26 

269 89 



140| 
105 
149 
9l' 
105' 



223 
142 
212 
155 
150 



20.4 
28.5 
20.6 
20.9 



75 

97.2 

44.5 

93.3 

146.5 



417 51| 
801 04i 
665 48 J 
513 79; 
1,385 23 



286 00 
653 00 
422 00 
236 00 
440 00 



131 51 
148 04 
243 48 
277 79 
945 23 



626 34 
1,747 49 
1,882 98 

277 79 
1,070 90 



65 


42 


] 


108 


15.2 


80 


44 


5 


129 


21.4 


87 


47 


6 


140 


20.1 


83 


40 


2 


125 


20.4 


109 


38 


8 


155 


24.1 



30.1 
93.5 

102.1 
74.9 

140.2 



187 01 

414 51 

115 18 

1,523 17 

lh 3J, 



306 00 
411 00 



440 00 



118 91 

3 51 

115 18 

,083 17 

lh 3', 



87 37 

h61 98 

317 62 

2,704 98 

lh 3h 



63 


44 




107 


17.1 


58 


48 


2 


108 


18.4 


62 


18 


2 


82 


13.9 


74 


34 


9 


117 



19 



30.5 
58.7 
96.5 
112.6 
94.3 



*Rural or summer population create abnormal conditions. 
Figures in italics indicate operating losses. 



116 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Report Showing Operation of Municipalities 



Municipality 


Months 
Covered 

by 
Report 


Popu- 
lation 


Power 
Purchased 


Operation 

and 

Maintenance 


Debenture 
Charges 

and 
Interest 


Total 
Operation 


Revenue 


Ailsa Craig . . 
Creemore .... 
Coldwater . . . 
Wyoming .... 
Embro 


12 
12 
12 
12 
12 


462 
599 
617 
526 

472 


$ c. 
4,320 01 
2,106 08 
1,049 75 

963 90 
1,038 74 


$ c. 
331 28 
385 03 
517 19 
314 54 
512 44 


$ c. 
314 59 
624 60 
516 60 
556 50 
534 43 


$ c. 
4,965 88 
3,115 71 
2,083 54 
1,834 94 
2,085 61 


$ c. 
5,778 64 
4,406 97 
2,826 32 
2,080 02 
2,258 42 


Springfield . . . 
Flesherton . . . 
W odville.... 

Baden 

Brechin 


12 
12 
12 
12 
12 


422 
428 
357 
650 


1,483 62 
863 59 
1,878 42 
5,032 24 
1,902 90 


242 08 
296 32 
421 40 
755 01 
497 77 


826 17 
470 40 
427 44 
293 05 
196 50 


2,551 87 
1,630 31 
2,727 26 
6,080 30 
2,597 17 


2,836 78 
1,684 22 
2,839 04 
6,815 08 
2,656 85 



Brigden 

Beachville . . . 
Burford 

Burgessville . 
Chats worth.. 



11 
12 

12 
12 
12 



504 



1,585 61 
6,384 47 
1,140 30 
1,057 45 
978 57 



447 96 
293 62 
457 35 
320 23 
147 74 



883 10 
357 79 
409 90 
301 75 
456 40 



2,916 67 
7,035 88 
2,007 55 
1,679 43 
1,582 71 



2,779 83 
8,898 00 
2,950 64 
1,711 60 
1,795 69 



Comber 

Dashwood . . . 
Delaware 

Cookstown. . . 
Dorchester. .. 



12 
15 
12 
7 
12 



1,123 44 

3,057 41 

355 79 

876 75 

735 00 



430 ll! 
248 27 
103 79 
148 30 
309 97^ 



435 83 
323 25 
191 16 
443 29 
279 72 



1,989 38 
3,628 93 
650 74 
1,468 34 
1,324 69 



2,003 02 
4,052 43 
696 71 
1,572 21 
1,411 31 



Drumbo 

Dublin 

Elmvale 

Elm wood 

Granton 


12 
12 
12 
8 
12 





626 88 
1,256 79 
4,114 20 
1,040 09 
1,922 29 


113 83 
182 25 
832 43 
92 82 
327 66 


282 13 
540 17 
513 58 
355 14 
271 58 


1,022 84 
1,979 21 
5,460 21 
1,488 05 
2,521 53 


1,155 15 
1,903 68 
6,137 80 
1,515 91 
2,631 68 


Highgate .... 

Holstein 

Lambeth .... 

Lynden 

Moorefield . . . 


12 
12 
12 
12 

9 




2,968 98 

278 40 

741 04 

2,407 90 

1,146 27 


278 01 
130 89 
339 27 
105 49 
48 11 


327 00 
237 97 
290 60 
309 28 
288 57 


3,573 99 
647 26 
1,370 91 
2,822 67 
1,482 95 


4,191 89 
706 09 
1,866 83 
3,665 93 
1,629 42 


Mt. Brydges . 

Omemee 

Otterville . . . 
Plattsville... 
Princeton. ... 


12 
10 
12 
12 
12 




1,163 99 
828 94 
961 20 

1,962 14 
694 11 


158 38 
312 74 
246 46 
180 71 
113 70 


290 35 
963 93 
393 48 
321 69 
230 93 


1,612 72 
2,105 61 
1,601 14 
2,464 54 
1,038 74 


2,196 65 
1,584 22 
2,137 87 
3,469 81 
1,178 64 


Pt. McNicoll . 
Rockwood.. .. 
Sunderland . . 
St. George . . . 
St. Jacob's .. . 


12 
12 
12 
12 
12 





533 52 
1,408 51 
1,891 44 
1,532 44 
2,675 25 


256 56 
511 83 
462 02 
246 24 
256 17 


435 92 
302 25 
428 20 
367 33 
503 61 


1,226 00 
2,222 59 
2,781 66 
2,146 01 
3,435 03 


1,670 06 
2,847 91 
2,872 40 
3,469 37 
3,852 43 


Thorndale . . . 12 
Thamesford.. 12 

Tara 10 

Waubashene . 12 
Wellesley.... 1 12 




2,372 44 268 07 

2,490 35j 314 46 

986 34 524 35 

498 94 1 463 42 

4,560 74 356 47 


238 19 
424 40 
840 31 
305 15 
636 84 


2,878 70 
3,229 21 
2,351 00 
1,267 51 
5,554 05 


3,317 76 
3,479 41 
2,112 32 
1,578 44 
6,194 27 


Williamsburg. 12 

Zurich 12 

BrantfordTp. 2\ 
Grantham Tp. 12 
Stamford Tp. 12 







497 83 

4,113 21 

339 61 

840 91 

6,345 57 


211 36 
363 03 
273 33 
886 63 
3,446 18 


220 67 

401 36 

353 08 

2,936 37 

1,712 98 


929 86 

4,877 60 

966 02 

4,663 91 

11,504 73 


1,274 43 

6,268 74 

798 47 

4,318 90 

14,252 23 


Etobicoke Tp. 
Scarboro Tp. 
Toronto Tp. . . 
Vaughan Tp.. 
Louth Tp. ... 


18 
6 

12 
11 
12 
18 




7,418 55 
317 72 

3,471 01 
718 98 


7,662 74 7,474 80 
512 76j 1,629 81 

2,103 72i 4,057 76 

187 74| 1,205 26 

39 64 361 33 

1,391 20 2,719 08 


22,556 09 
2,460 29 
9,632 49 
2,111 98 
400 97 
6,025 56 


27,007 66 
1,165 14 

13,180 75 

1,663 57 

421 00 


Dereham Tp.. 





1,915 28 


6,088 31 


Total 


*■* 


1,204,978 


3,010,223 71 


1,690,921 591,244,034 33 


5,945,179 63 


7,082,039 16 



Note:— Population in Villages estimated at 400. 
♦♦Approximate. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



117 



" B "—Concluded 

for Period ending December 31st, 1918 



Surplus 



Deprecia- 
tion 



$ c. 
812 76 
,291 26 
742 78 
245 08 
172 81 



Surplus 
less Depre- 
ciation 



Total 

accumulated 

Surplus 



Number of Consumers 



Dom. 
Lt. 



$ c. 
319 00 
305 00 
415 00 
295 00 
329 00 



$ c. 
493 76 
986 26 
327 78 
1,9 92 
156 19 



$ c. 

1,112 94 

1,840 74 

1,671 21 

63 29 

518 99 



C ll' 1 | Power | Total 



PerCent. 
of Con- 
sumers 
to Popu- 
lation 



90 

142 

86 

89 

103 



23.7 
13.9 
16.9 
21.8 



H. P. 

taken 

in Dec. 

1918 



113.2 
51.3 
41.5 
27.7 
26 

22.3 
40 
64.6 

169.5 
44.4 



284 91 

53 91 

111 78 

734 78 

59 68 



245 00 

145 00| 

355 00 l 

90 00 



284 91 
191 09 

33 22 
379 78 

30 32 



409 23: 
238 85 
338 95 
3,016 42 
145 90 



40 


18 


2 


60 


14.2 


52 


28 


1 


81 


18.9 


50 


26 


3 


79 


22.1 


60 


23 


4 


87 


13.4 


22 


24 


2 


48 





136 8 J, 

1,862 12 

943 09 

32 17 

212 98 



457 84 
254 00! 
149 00 
205 00! 



1,404 28 

689 09 

116 83 

7 98 



136 8J, 

5,453 44 

1,623 11 

90 32 

12 13 



80 
63 
109 
43 
66 



12.5 



81.69 

254 
32.3 
40.1 
38.6 



13 64 
423 50 

45 97 
103 87 

86 62 



207 00 
145 00 
117 00 



215 00 



193 36 

278 50 

11 03 

103 87 

128 38 



1 ',1 23 
278 50 
19 21 
103 87 
873 03 



41 


35 




76 




31 


15 


i 


47 




31 


6 




37 




42 


12 


1 


55 




76 


13 


1 


90 






22.1 
50.1 
8.2 
55 
19.7 



132 31 
7.5 53 

677 59 
27 86 

110 15 



117 92 
225 00 
392 00 



14 39 
300 53 
285 59 

27 86 



175 00 



97 17 
17 50 
1,668 66 
27 86 
96 16 



44 

9 

91 

30 

4<S 



1 


67 




2 


28 




4 


152 




1 


46 


... 


1 


67 





21 
27.2 

158.7 
45 
61.6 



617 90 
58 83 
495 92 
843 26 
146 47 



237 00 
110 00 
288 00' 
185 00! 



380 90 

oi n 

207 92 
658 26 
146 47 



645 61 
185 00 
756 10 
1,060 46 
146 47 



45 


25 


3 


73 




27 


16 




43 




63 


11 


1 


75 




25 


11 


1 


37 




16 


15 


1 


32 





100.42 

6.4 

17.1 

83.6 

52.4 



583 93 
521 39 
536 73 
1,005 27 
139 90 



186 00 



196 00 
198 12 
129 00 



397 93| 
521 39 
340 73 
807 15 
10 90 



738 67 

521 39 

251 67 

1,507 34 

91 56 



67 


17 


1 


85 


58 


23 


3 


84' 


47 


22 


2 


71 





60 


23 


2 


85 




47 


12 




59 






28.8 

29 

26.8 

20.1 

12 



444 06 

625 32 

90 74 

1,323 36 

417 40 



198 00 
323 00 

199 00 
216 00 
232 00 



246 06 
302 32 
108 26 
1,107 36 
185 40 



173 34 
3,380 28 

21,8 69 
2,253 99 

309 38 



82 


191 


79 


14 


65 


31 


64 


25 


43 


21 



102 
97 
97 
93 
65 



27.7 

18 

64.8 
61.6 
50.3 



439 06 
250 20 
238 68 
310 93 
640 22 



147 00 
355 76 



170 00 
287 00 



292 06 
105 56 
238 68 
140 93 
353 22 



375 50 


41 


858 03 


67 


238 68 


45 


690 42 


65 


641 20 


65 



99 
80 
81 
93 



89.6 
79.3 
51.4 
23 
120.6 



344 57 

1,391 14 

161 55 

31,5 01 

2,747 50 



104 00 
227 00 



388 00 
1,093 00 



240 57 

1,164 14 

161 55 

133 01 

1,654 50 



709 06 
1,164 14| 

1 61 55\ 
2,629 36\ 
2,927 30l 



44[ 

49 

250 

160 

245 



10 



56 

83 

250 

160 

260 



24 
77.7 



35.3 
404.8 



4,451 57 

1,295 15 

3,548 26 

US 1,1 

20 03 

62 75 



5,176 00 



2,890 00 
33 00 
45 00 



i*4 -,.i 
295 15 
658 26 
W >,1 
24 91 
62 75 



1,136,859 53 718,162 30 418,697 23 2,089,243 3lJl48449 29,882 



1,295 15 

1,267 75 

1,36 1,8 

2>, 91 

62 75 



280 
37 
24 

123 



280 
46 
24 

123 



5,656183987 



195.1 
i38!9 



159,990.81 



♦Rural or summer population create abnormal conditions. 
Figures in italics indicate operating losses. 



118 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Acton 
xa 

1,570 


Ailsa Craig 
462 


Ayr 
xa 

780 


Arthur 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


Eabnings 
Dompstic Lieht 


$ c. 
2,016 13 
1,600 56 
4,116 69 
1,300 54 


$ c. 
2,154 00 
1,360 35 
5,166 36 
1,214 16 

336 38 


$ c. 
776 93 
255 84 
1,591 95 
790 50 


$ c. 
820 95 
299 58 
4,003 23 
654 88 


$ c. 

1,124 21 
857 27 
966 44 

1,092 00 


$ c. 
1,178 84 

806 01 

1,033 02 

1,092 00 

54 00 


$ c. 
854 24 
922 38 
177 21 
854 22 
2 75 


Commercial Light 

Power 


Street Light 


Miscellaneous 










Total 


9,033 92 


10,231 25 


3,415 22 


5,778 64 


4,039 92 


4,163 87 


2,810 80 




Expenses 


5,432 70 


6,222 60 


2,086 39 


4,320 01 


1,433 01 


1,460 47 


1,372 87 


Sub-Stn. Operation 


" " Maint'ce . . . 
















Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 


1,172 87 


1,063 90 


41 99 


155 44 


37 99 


35 04 


62 35 


Line Transformer M't'c'e. . . 


Meter Maintenance 
















Consumers' Premises — Exp. . 
















Street Light Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of Business 


102 35 


157 74 


30 82 


51 50 


52 71 


99 97 


39 04 


Billing and Collecting 
















Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses 


352 01 


460 37 


88 73 


124 34 


364 97 


595 22 


254 08 


Int. and Deb. Payments 

Miscellaneous Expenses 


1,096 40 


1,077 12 


390 14 


314 59 


1,150 41 


1,136 54 


953 49 


















Total Expenses 

Surplus 


8,156 33 

877 59 


8,981 73 
1,249 52 


2,638 07 

777 15 


4,965 88 
812 76 


3,039 09 
1,000 83 


3,327 24 
836 63 


2,681 83 
128 97 


Loss 


Depreciation Charge... 


550 00 


662 00 


245 00 


319 00 


305 00 


423 00 




Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 


327 59 


587 52 


532 15 


493 76 


695 83 


413 63 


128 97 



















xa Operated by Municipal Council. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



119 



" C "—Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Arthur 
1,003 


Alliston 
1,237 


Aylmer 
xb 
2,119 


Baden 
xa 

650 


Barrie 
xb 

6,866 


Brampton 
xb 

4,023 


1918 


1918 


1918 


1917 ' 1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 
1,065 52 

940 54 
3,285 56 

951 96 


f 

$ c. 
1,160 23 
713 95 
437 43 
789 13 


i 

$ c. 
2,569 66 
1,986 69 

799 21 
2,100 00 


$ c. $ c. 

842 09 975 04 

* * 

5,243 91 5,202 04 

593 00 638 00 

85 31 


$ c. 
11,232 68 
8,750 24 
7,978 72 
4,564 17 
1,255 41 


$ c. 
12,456 76 
7,365 45 
9,296 34 
4,596 40 
1,524 08 


$ c. 

7,369 15 

4,185 97 

18,107 41 

4,296 25 

431 59 


$ c. 

7,942 88 

4,228 03 

19,161 03 

3,625 42 

234 61 












6,243 58 


3,100 74 


7,455 56 


6,764 31 6,815 08 


33,781 '22 


35,239 03 


34,390 37 


35,191 97 


4,685 23 


1,618 34 


3,701 74 


5,309 06 5,032 24 


14,031 88 
444 22 


14,803 25 
46 52 


19,630 46 


19,360 34 














64 24 


72 70 


740 95 


277 80 407 36 


811 86 


1,655 54 
498 26 
133 70 


913 18 

112 86 

23 35 


914 29 
113 15 










18 96 














73 46 


125 27 


289 69 


15 36 21 35 


661 79 


300 54 


280 97 


299 18 














1,140 31 
2,083 34 
; 146 87 
4,769 85 


1,193 71 


322 88 


317 35 


902 83 


314 07 326 30 


2,965 74 

633 90 

6,052 29 


2,742 55 

635 19 

6,052 29 


2,336 91 

i 284 82 


1,299 14 


876 34 


3,347 38 


29147 293 05 


i,i08 25 


















6,444 95 


3,010 00 
90 74 


8,982 59 


6,207 76 6,080 30 

556 55 734 78 

• 


25,620 64 
8,160 58 


26,867 84 
,8,371 19 


29,101 19 
5,289 18 


28,910 65 
6,281 32 


201 37 


1,527 03 




735 00 


310 00 355 00 


2,928 00 


3,517 00 


3,100 00 


3,449 00 










- 936 37 


90 74 


1,527 03 


246 55 379 78 


5,232 58 


4,854 19 


2,189 18 


2,832 32 














■**J\ ••»— 1 



Italics denote losses. 

" f " 6 months' operation. 

"i" 9 months' operation under Hydro; 3 months' steam. 

*Domestic and Commercial Combined. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



9 h. (ii) 



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STATEMENT 
Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Beeton 
xa 
588 


Beachville 
xa 

504 


Beaverton 
821 


Brantford 
xh 
26,601 





1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


Earnings 


d 

$ c. 
268 41 
144 29 
905 60 
82 67 


$ c. 

419 11 

286 14 

6,354 25 

504 00 


$ c. 
441 44 
267 81 
7,684 75 
504 00 


$ c. 
1,482 00 
1,041 84 
650 02 
931 68 
132 95 


$ c. 
2,109 23 
1,167 92 
1,235 93 

981 94 


$ c. 
20,881 94 
10,502 19 
48,639 07 
27,272 40 
59 31 


Commercial Light 
















Total 


1,400 97 


7,563 50 


8,898 00 


4,238 49 


5,495 02 


107 354 91 






Expenses 


1,234 12 


5,717 35 


6,384 47 


2,344 48 


2,748 77 


47,842 34 

3,192 17 

238 87 


Sub-Stn Operation 


" " Maint'ce. . . 












Dist. System, Operation and 




43 60 


42 81 


413 43 


527 36 


1,548 77 
700 09 


Line Transformer M't'c'e. . . 




Meter Maintenance 












342 68 

77 70 


Consumers' Premises — Exp. . 












Street Light Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of Business. .... 


13 47 


34 53 


11 55 


124 44 


84 20 


2,134 05 
1 578 10 


Billing and Collecting 












2,071 08 
2,836 94 
1 632 72 


Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses.... 


59 02 


281 59 


239 26 


575 31 


199 92 


Int. and Deb. Payments 

Miscellaneous Expenses . . 


269 54 


357 79 


357 79 


769 86 


1,121 06 


17,221 00 
















Total Expenses 

Surplus 


1,576 15 


6,434 86 
1,128 64 


7,035 88 
1,862 12 


4,227 52 
10 97 


4,681 31 
813 71 


81,416 51 
25,938 40 


Loss 


175 18 


Depreciation Charge... 


405 00 


457 84 


330 00 


414 00 


9,500 00 








Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 


175 18 


723 64 


1,404 28 


3iQ 03 


399 71 


16,438 40 












1 



Italics denote losses. 

" d " 4 months' operation. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xh Hydro and Railway under one Commission. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



121 



" C "— Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Brantford 
xb 


Blenheim 
1,257 


Brechin 
xa z 


Bolton 
xa 601 


Bothwell 
695 


Brant- 
ford 
Twp. 

xa 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


$ c. 

26,060 42 

9,861 64 

54,748 03 

23,008 81 

683 49 


$ c. 

2,256 70 

2,113 67 

47 40 

2,536 00 


$ c. 
2,281 49 
1,843 63 
1,578 42 
2,392 00 


$ c. 

194 03 
528 24 
1,285 50 
117 00 
150 00 


$ c. 

277 18 
552 35 
1,555 32 
117 00 
155 00 


$ c. 
1,191 92 

698 70 
2,856 39 

855 00 

133 52 


$ c. 
1,262 21 

791 76 
3,882 39 

816 00 

126 36 


$ c. 
1,085 92 

825 43 
1,500 00 
1,146 96 


$ c. 
1,107 02 

740 20 
2,688 09 

876 69 


b 

$ c. 

440 72 

24 75 

"533*66 












***** 


114,362 39 


6,953 77 


8,095 54 


2,274 77 


2,656 85 


5,735 53 


6,878 72 


4,558 31 


5,412 00 


798 47 


47,860 14 
3,523 65 


3,261 46 


3,666 05 


1,638 59 


1,902 90 


3,197 77 


4,310 73 


2,603 48 


3,150 64 


339 61 


1,012 98 


















1,137 34 
1,852 04 


270 39 


610 49 


118 99 


458 42 


214 50 


344 81 


23 69 


15 73 


152 00 


178 98 


















335 75 


















3,558 89 
911 72 


295 92 


251 20 


18 00 




12 57 


81 60 


33 86 


34 18 


95 23 


2,472 97 


















2,889 07 
2,514 51 


654 36 688 79 


153 98 


39 35 


274 77 


340 50 


161 78 


258 80 

30 35 

1,256 82 


26 10 


17,596 00 


1,116 02|1,027 35 


176 25 


196 50 


"921 66i,'666'04 


793 15 


353 08 










1 * " 








85,844 04 
28,518 35 


5,598 156,243 88 
1,355 621,851 66 


2,105 81 
168 96 


2,597 17 
59 68 


4,621 27 
1,114 26 


6,077 68 
801 04 


3,615 96 
942 35 


4,746 52 
665 48 


966 02 




167 55 


10,080 00 


550 00 750 00 


75 00 


90 00 


410 It'J 653 00 


185 00 


422 00 








18,438 35 


805 6211,101 66 


93 96 


So 32 


704 26 


148 04 


757 35 


243 48 


167 55 




i 

















Italics denote losses. 

" b " 2 months' operation. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 



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No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Brig den 
xa z 


Brockville 
xd 9,473 


Burgessville I 
xa z 


Burford 
xa z 





1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


Earnings 
Domestic Light 


k 

$ c. 
413 29 
760 17 
710 37 
896 00 


$ c. 

14,507 95 

22,907 56 

30,744 84 

9,543 89 

217 45 


$ c. 

15,731 23 

23,465 06 

49,647 73 

8,456 11 


$ c. 
359 41 
11545 
815 36 
335 48 


$ c. 
379 94 
102 66 
875 67 
351 50 
1 83 


$ c. 
834 73 


Commercial Light 


837 51 


Power 


549 31 


Street Light 


572 00 


Miscellaneous 


54 90 












Total 


2,779 83 


77,921 69 


97,300 13 


1,625 40 


1,711 60 


2,848 45 






Expenses 
Power Purchased 


#1,585 61 


1 

9,313 90 

38,981 91 

9,168 80 

2,654 58 
150 32 
265 91 


1 

9,853 98 

61,652 54 

5,266 95 

1,689 28 
101 72 
550 38 


1,128 04 


1,057 45 


1,083 73 


Sub-Stn. Operation 




" " Maint'ce 








Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 


132 70 


9 82 


78 50 


30 35 


Liue Transformer M't'c'e. . . 




Meter Maintenance 










Consumers' Premises— Exp. 










Street Light Sys M Operation 
and Maintenance 


101 20 


1,240 60 

961 18 

571 02 

2,561 05 

1,420 23 

15,406 99 

s 1,361 18 


1,276 99 
1,175 49 
675 48 
3,083 65 
3,296 76 
16,474 62 




23 40 


23 98 


Promotion of Business 






Billing and Collecting 










Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses 


214 06 


53 29 


218 33 


214 49 


Int. and Deb. Payments. . . . 
Miscellaneous Expenses . . 


883 10 


296 52 


301 75 


421 49 














Total Expenses 

Surplus 


2,916 67 


84,057 67 


105,097 84 


1,487 67 
137 73 


1,679 43 
32 17 


1,774 04 
1,074 41 


Loss 


136 84 


6,135 98 


7 7Q7 71 


Depreciation Charge . . . 






149 00 


208 00 












Surp. Less Depr. Chg.. 


J 36 84 


6,135 Q8\ 7*797 7* 


137 73 


116 83 


866 41 






1 1 1 







' s " Patriotic contributions. 

" k " 11 months' operation. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xd Hydro, Water and Gas under one Commission. 

1 Practically steam operation, as only limited amount of transmitted power available. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



123 



M C "—Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st 1917 and 1918 



Biirford 
xa 


Caledonia 

1,236 
xa 


Cannington 
746 


Chatham 
13,943 


Chats worth 

z 
xa 


Cooks- 
town 

z 
xa 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1 
1917 1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


$ c. 
1,089 73 

922 16 
► 434 05 
* 504 70 


$ c. 
283 63 

786 20 
777 85 
958 00 


$ c. 
354 98 
807 14 
922 18 
1,080 00 


$ c. 
2,040 39 
936 22 
495 80 
866 09 
156 85 


$ c. 
2,264 80 
917 90 
726 87 
837 96 
343 27 


$ c. 
13,245 86 
10,633 12 
16,573 93 
13,258 04 


$ c. 
14,124 28 
12,102 91 
35,750 36 
11,132 64 

172 28 


$ c. 
379 96 
253 75 
232 73 
325 00 


$ c. 
445 83 
259 74 
726 12 
364 00 


g 

$ c. 
259 56 
82 15 
754 50 
476 00 














2,950 64 


2,805 683,164 30 


4,495 35 


5,090 80 


53,710 95 73,282 47 


1,191 44 


1,795 69 


1,572 21 


1,140 30 


1,101 40 1,240 80 


2,554 66 


2,772 18 


25,225 66 39,881 14 

1,962 79 2,383 41 

110 82 97 58 

1,404 20 1,499 7£ 

710 13 746 47 

167 33 124 85 

58 97 75 96 

2,078 29 2,863 34 

104 76 14 75 

1,445 41 2,102 97 

4,980 28 7,054 99 

922 03 917 83 

10,058 83 8,884 74 


696 65 


978 57 


876 75 
















85 43 


76 55 102 92 


303 24 


828 55 


13 00 


12 90 


70 00 
























. 






40 90 


44 52 


107 97 


141 37 


107 40 


17 82 


22 70 


27 95 


















331 02 


80 40 


77 00 


491 25 


160 29 


132 02 


112 14 


50 35 


409 90 


361 72 


361 72 


896 77 


1,079 42 


308 02 


456 40 


443 29 




















2,007 55 
943 09 


1,664 59 
1,141 09 


1,890 41 
1,273 89 


4,387 29 
108 06 


4,947 84 
142 96 


49,229 50 66,647 82 
4,481 45 6,634 65 


1,167 51 
23 93 


1,582 71 
212 98 


1,468 34 
103 87 


254 00 


320 00 


268 00 


390 00 


476 00 


4", 361 64^ 5,318 00 


165 00 


205 00 




689 09 


821 09 


905 89 


281 Q4 


333 04 


119 81 1,316 65 


141 07 


7 98 


103 87 












1 









Italics denote losses. 

" g " 7 months' operation. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 



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No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Chesterville 
xa 

868 


Chesley 
xb 

1,860 


Collingwood 
xb 

7,010 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Earnings 
Domestic Light 


$ c. 

1,505 16 

1,226 80 

2,134 49 

806 00 

299 42 


$ c. 
1,485 76 
2,025 36 
3,520 13 

806 00 


$ c. 
2,122 78 
1,971 03 
1,725 38 
1,285 06 
96 49 


$ c. 
2,348 43 
2,071 77 
2,846 85 
1,269 62 
9 33 


$ c. 

8,734 98 

5,398 59 

38,989 24 

3,940 00 

20 53 


$ c. 
11 145 94 


Commercial Light 

Power 


6,287 25 
53,323 26 


Street Light 


3,942 50 


Miscellaneous 


48 25 








Total 


5,971 87 


7,837 25 


7,200.74 


8,546 00 


57,083 34 


74,747 20 






Expenses 
Power Purchased 


3,397 76 


4,811 60 


3,129 02 


3,975 36 


44,246 14 
16 51 

7 26 

1,098 69 


54,929 55 


Sub-Stn. Operation 




" Maint'ce . . . 










42 39 


Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 


445 32 


628 80 


266 01 


386 55 


994 13 


Line Transformer M't'c'e. . . 


43 70 


Meter Maintenance 










104 94 


16 10 


Consumers' Premises — Exp. . 




, 








Street Light Sys., Operation 
and Maintenance 




32 90 


69 08 


101 93 


244 10 


550 15 


Promotion of Business 






Billing and Collecting 










847 16 
3,004 88 

237 74 
3,304 77 


1,047 18 


Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses 


130 91 


136 67 


377 29 


515 99 


2,883 81 
263 09 


Int. and Deb. Payments 

Miscellaneous Expenses.... 


532 64 


626 73 


2,130 83 


2,406 83 


3,476 97 
















Total Expenses 

Surplus 


4,506 63 
1,465 24 


6,236 70 
1,600 55 


5,972 23 
1,228 51 


7,386 66 
1,159 34 


53,112 19 
3,971 15 


64,247 07 
10,500 13 






Depreciation Charge... 


340 00 


386 00 




715 00 


873 00 


2,550 00 


3,300 00 


Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 


1,125 24 


1,214 55 


513 51 


286 34 


1,421 15 


7,200 13 















xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



125 



" C " — Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Clinton 
xb 

1,981 


Cold water 
xa 

617 


Comber 
xa 

z 


Creemore 
xa 

599 


Delaware 
xa 

z 


1917 1 1918 

1 


1917 


1918 


1917 1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 
3,220 73 
2,654 30 
2,348 15 


$ c. 
3,536 08 
2,311 42 
3,655 01 
1,662 48 
315 76 


$ c. 
984 41 
640 85 
182 39 

528 00 


$ c. 
1,078 94 
687 48 
531 90 
528 00 


$ c. 
541 45 
689 59 


$ c. 
585 12 
625 91 


$ c. 

973 25 
1,124 74 
1,210 57 

880 08 


$ c. 
1,070 46 
1,098 57 
1,357 86 

880 08 


$ c. 
260 94 
203 25 


$ c. 
277 27 
177 94 


1,661 44 
99 59 


775 50 
17 61 


791 99 


241 50 


241 50 



















9,984 21 


11,480 75 


2,335 65 


2,826 32 


2,024 15 


2,003 02 


4,188 64 


4,406 97 


705 69 


696 71 


4,089 75 


5,087 45 


973 06 


1,049 75 


1,184 22 


1,123 44 


2,296 27 


2,106 08 


370 51 


355 79 






















286 42 


508 30 


169 16 


256 94 


62 72 


114 85 


163 25 


164 05 


5 00 


17 80 










































29 12 


79 61 


30 72 


37 50 


24 65 


33 38 


37 61 


90 48 


31 27 


37 76 






















1,515 76 


1,470 26 


90 92 


122 75 
100 00 
516 60 


117 76 


282 38 


146 68 


180 50 


41 00 


48 23 


3,002,09 


3,016 07 


481 64 


486 58 


435 83 


710 20 


624 60 


196 97 


191 16 






















8,923 14 
1,061 07 


10,161 69 
1 , 319 06 


1,745 50 2,083 54 

590 15' 742 78 

| 


1,775 93 
248 22 


1,989 38 
13 64 


3,354 01 
834 63 


3,115 71 
1,291 26 


644 75 
60 94 


650 74 
45 97 


920 00 


1,150 00 


350 00 415 00 


177 00 


207 00 


230 00 


805 00 


100 00 


117 00 


141 07 


169 06 


240 15 327 78 


71 22 


193 36 


604 63 


986 26 


39 06 


71 03 




' 









Italics denote losses. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



126 



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No. 4^ 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population * 




Dorchester 
xa 

z 


Drumbo 
xa 

z 


Dublin 
xa 

z 





1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 1918 


1917 1918 


Earnings 
Domestic Light 


m 

$ c. 

432 06 

311 16 

2,386 71 

922 50 


$ C. j $ c. 
768 08 810 17 
177 25 188 33 
314 48 34 81 
378 00; 378 00 



$ c. 
350 11 
301 20 

"426*66 


$ c. 
392 90 
299 10 
43 15 
420 00 


b 

$ c. 
16 21 
45 20 
44 55 
83 33 

222 55 


$ c. 
126 62 


Commercial Light 

Power 


257 07 
959 99 


Street Light 


560 00 


Miscellaneous 


















Total 


4,052' 43 


1,637 81 


1,411 31 


1,071 31 


1,155 15 


411 84 


1,903 68 






Expenses 
Power Purchased 


3,057 41 


721 46 735 00 


547 13 


626 88 


101 80 


1,256 79 


Sub-Stn. Operation 




" Maint'ce . . . 














Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 


12 05 


77 69 136 01 


5 60 


8 75 




40 20 


Line Transformer M't'c'e. ; 




Meter Maintenance 














Consumers' Premises — Exp. . 


" 












Street Light Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of Business 


18 00 


18 91 27 00 


16 36 


43 50 




36 71 


Billing and Collecting 















Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses.... 


218 22 
"323*25 


150 74 146 96 

"396*95 ' 279*72 


61 46 

27 05 

278 54 


61 58 


16 40 


105 34 


Int. and Deb. Payments.... 
Miscellaneous Expenses . 


282 13 


10 61 


540 17 




3,628 93 
423 50 












Total Expenses 

Surplus 

Loss 


1,365 75 
272 06 


1,324 69 
86 62 


936 14 
135 17 


1,022 84 
132 31 


128 81 
283 03 


1,979 21 
75 53 


Depreciation Charge... 




145 00 


185 00 


215 00 


135 17 


117 92 




225 00 


Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 


278 50 


87 06 


128 38 




14 39 


283 03 


300 53 








. 











Italics denote losses. 

"b " 2 months' operation. 

" m " 15 months' operation. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 






1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



127 



"C"— Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Dresden 
xa 

1,403 


Drayton 
xa 
613 


Dundas 
xb 

4,834 


Dunnville 
3,237 


Dutton 
840. 


Dereham 
Twp. 

XI 


1917 . 


1918 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


$ c. 
2,158 62 
1,983 96 


$ c. 
2,308 18 
2,254 48 
1,198 59 
1,665 00 
218 02 


J 

$ c. 
942 09 
580 32 
1,256 17 
900 00 


$ c. 

8,335 64 

4,190 60 

10,284 87 

3,565 50 

272 70 


$ c. 
9,361 34 
4,428 66 
9,077 00 
3,447 47 

319 95 


f 

$ c. 
3,200 84 
3,576 93 

641 00 

3,377 04 

49 85 


$ c. 

1,381 08 

967 98 

73 7b 

1,439 20 

28 75 


$ c. 
1,420 5£ 
1,007 14 
1,001 85 
1,404 01 

78 64 


n 

$ c. 
6,088 31 


102 94 




1,651 25 




128 97 










6,025 74 


7,644 27 


3,678 58 


26,649 31 


26,634 42 


10,845 66 


3,890 77 


4,912 23 


6,088 31 


2,807 52 


3,906 88 


2,398 63 


7,386 52 
36 01 




7,341 91 
58 30 


1,811 05 
994 51 


1,826 78 


2,638 60 


1,915 28 














30 10 


1,058 69 


12 82 


993 58 
140 43 
427 19 


1,351 94 
135 48 
243 69 


507 87 


32 10 


50 50 


1,391 20 






























111 93 


72 65 


10 85 


479 91 


963 55 


51 20 


125 39 


104 62 














1,295 83 

1,883 20 

995 73 

5,414 43 


1,727 82 
2,159 71 
1,944 95 
5,084 63 










1,252 04 


510 41 


154 07 


2,250 54 

162 50 

3,235 95 


274 66 


412 61 








1,442 28 


1,471 71 


588 42 


434 44 


567 94 


2,719 08 





















5,643 87 
381 87 


7,020 34 
623 93 


3,164 79 
513 79 


19,052 83 
7,596 48 


21,011 98 
5,622 44 


9,013 62 
1,832 04 


2,693 37 
1,197 40 


3,774 27 
1,137 96 


6,025 56 
62 75 


315 00 


519 00 


236 00 


2,930 00 


4,423 00 




245 00 


389 00 










66 87 


104 93 


277 79 


4,666 48 


1,199 44 


1,832 04 


952 40 


748 96 


62 75 








| 











"f " 6 months' Hydro; 6 months' gas and hydraulic. 

" j " 10 months' operation. 

" n " 18 months' operation. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 

xi Operated by Tillsonburg. 



10 h. (ii) 



128 



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No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Dundalk 
xa 

750 


Durham 
1,520 


Exeter 
1,504 





1917 


1918 


1917 

1 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Earnings 

T)nmp«;tie "Light 


$ c. 
926 52 
872 71 
876 00 
744 00 
80 60 


$ c. 
942 02 
822 35 
1,772 75 
741 00 


1 

$ c. 

1,619 86 

954 19 

30 00 
1,080 00 


$ c. 
1,812 80 
1,067 28 

782 44 
1,080 00 


$ c. 
2,030 27 
1,784 53 
2,363 60 
2,721 00 

566 81 


$ c. 
2,327 79 
1,803 63 
4 163 70 


Commercial Light 


Strppt Tjierht 


2 700 28 


Miscellaneous 


302 88 










Total 


3,499 83 


4,281 12 


3,684 05 


4,742 52 


9,466 21 


11 298 28 






Expenses 

Power Purchased 

Sub-Stn. Operation 


1,649 67 


2,191 50 


1,972 79 


2,386 66 


4,259 03 


5,478 62 


" " Maint'ce. 












Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 


31 70 


93 00 


278 78 


261 89 


69 64 


54 65 


Line Transformer M't'c'e. 


Meter Maintenance 












Consumers' Premises — Exp. 












Street Light Sys., Operation 
and Maintenance 


69 81 




30 63 


54 52 


209 98 


137 38 


Promotion of Business 






Billing and Collecting. . . . 












Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . 
Undistributed Expenses . . . 


257 28 


296 33 


i92*32 * 


297 81 


721 11 


1,033 78 


Int. and Deb. Payments . . . 
Miscellaneous Expenses . 


829 24 


860 78 


1,804 40 


1,590 72 


1,300 65 


1,324 86 














Total Expenses 


2,837 70 
662 13 


3,441 61 
839 51 


4,278 92 


4,591 60 
150 92 


6,560 41 
2,905 80 


8,029 29 
3,268 99 


Loss 


594 87 
570 00; 




Depreciation Charge . . 


240 00 


325 00 


683 00 


615 00 


733 00 


Surp. Less Depr. Chg. 


422 13 


514 51 


1,164 #7 


532 08 


2,290 80 


2,535 99 















Italics denote losses. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



129 



" C "—Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Elmwood 
xa 
z 


Elmvale 
xa 

z 


Elora 
xa 

1,005 


Embro 
xa 

z 


Elmira 
xb 

2,065 


Etobicoke 

Twp. 
xa 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


h 

$ c. 
282 62 
83 93 
896 32 
253 04 


$ c. 
881 20 
696 79 
810 96 
624 00 


$ c. 

941 28 

873 52 

3,699 00 

624 00 


$ c. 

1,400 12 
1,937 30 
3,640 75 
1,000 00 
527 96 


$ c. 
1,537 70 
1,765 65 
5,087 10 
1,000 00 
212 31 


$ c. 
664 53 
522 37 
132 76 
690 32 


$ c. 

708 60 
603 76 
267 29 

678 77 


$ c. 
2,383 62 
1,854 61 
3,613 47 
1,848 00 
9 27 


$ c. 
2,701 28 
1,988 36 
4,277 44 
1,848 00 
95 


n 

$ c. 

16,081 39 

1,816 74 

5,027 80 

4,081 73 










1,515 91 


3,012 95 


6,137 80 


8,506 13 


9,602 76 


2,009 98 


2,258 42 


9,708 97 


10,816 03 


27,007 66 


1,040 09 


1,439 46 


4,114 20 


3,751 12 


5,006 88 


1,092 36 


1,038 74 


4,525 15 


5,728 49 


7,418 55 






















42 00 


300 00 


369 28 


683 36 


769 79 


25 27 


195 01 




438 06 


3,625 72 












































26 40 


62 05 


75 00 


105 00 


79 63 


99 66 


15 80 


109 42 


357 69 


























50 82 


229 52 


401 10 


329 67 


382 66 


"i36*i3 


217 77 


1,168 15 


1,407 38 


3,426 33 
253 00 


355 14 


458 22 


513 58 


1,093 91 


1,013 46 


390 30 


534 43 


1,352 10 


1,419 91 


7,474 80 






















1,488 05 
27 86 


2,453 60 
559 35 


5,460 21 
677 59 


5,933 06 
2,573 07 


7,277 79 
2,324 97 


1,723 69 
286 29 


2,085 61 
172 81 


7,061 20 
2,647 77 


9,103 26 
1,712 77 


22,556 09 
4,451 57 




330 00 


392 00 


500 00 


689 00 


275 00 


329 00 


870 00 


934 00 


5,176 00 




27 86 


229 35 


285 59 


2,073 07 


1,635 97 


11 29 


156 ig 


1,777 77 


778 77 


724 43 

















Italics denote losses. 

" h " 8 months' operation. 

" n " 18 months' operation. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



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No, 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Fergus 
xa 

1,679 


Forest 
1,421 


Flesherton 
xa 

z 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Earnings 


$ c. 
1,822 14 
2,028 47 
1,959 57 
1,583 34 

248 81 


$ c. 
2,086 39 
2,099 60 
3,332 50 
1,637 C6 


$ c, 
3,545 66 
1,358 84 

174 96 
2,670 00 

517 52 


$ c. 
2,890 91 
1,899 09 
4,048 14 
2,410 01 
10 73 


$ c. 
621 93 
387 92 


$ c. 
593 44 
426 20 
160 58 


^om^ercial Light 

Pow v 


L.reec Light 

Miscellaneous 


504 00 


504 00 










Total 


7,642 33 


9,156 05 


8,266 98 


11,258 88 


1,513 85 


1,684 22 






Expenses 
Power Purchased 


3,388 33 


3,955 78 


2,722 70 
520 24 


6,135 07 


864 64 


863 59 


Sub-Stn. Operation 




" " Maint'ce. . . 












Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 


506 97 


1,297 75 


448 23 


384 59 


100 00 


37 55 


Line Transformer M't'c'e. . . 




Meter Maintenance ........ 














Consumers' Premises — Exp. . 














Street Light Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of- Business ..... 


98 76 


155 32 


85 82 


112 89 


24 20 


78 00 


Billing and Collecting 














Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses . . . . 


856 73 


794 29 

128 20 

1,130 59 


727 51 


1,029 65 


82 45 


180 77 


Int. and Deb. Payments.... 
Miscellaneous Expenses . .'.... 


1,132 74 


2,849 03 


2,862 98 


453 30 


470 40 












1 


Total Expenses 

Surplus 


5,983 53 
1,658 80 


7,461 93 
1,694 12 


7,353 53 
913 45 


10,525 18 
733 70 


1,524 59 


1,630 31 
53 91 


Loss ..'.... 


10 74 
175 00 




Depreciation Charge... 


650 00 


795 00 




974 00 


245 00 








Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 


1,008 80 


899 12 


913 45 


240 30 


185 74 


JQI OQ 













Italics denote losses. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 



»19 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



131 



% C "—Continued 

INfainicipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Gait 
11,920 


Granton 
xa 

z 


Georgetown 
xa 

586 


Guelph 
xc 

16,022 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 
24,248 31 
12,082 97 
48,261 79 
13,915 32 

937 92 


$ c. 
26,901 52 
12,190 29 
54,541 61 
14,389 35 
514 02 


$ c. 
484 69 
176 93 
333 85 
480 00 


$ c. 
552 01 
203 06 
1,396 61 
480 00 


$ c. 

3,370 42 

2,291 61 

12,714 94 

1,751 98 

299 88 


$ c. 

3,830 25 

2,345 75 

13,184 53 

1,566 02 

310 96 


$ c. 

19.379 44 
13,760 01 

57.380 71 
9,767 93 
4,634 17 


$ c. 

21,594 80 

13,070 44 

62,480 67 

9,132 13 

3,534 14 










99,446 31 


108,536*79 


1,475 47 


2,631 68 


20,428 83 


21,237 51 


104,922 26 


109,812 18 


52,262 63 
3,256 62 


53,381 56 

3,409 39 

145 84 

1,298 19 

612 91 

98 19 


879 66 


1,922 29 


12,063 90 


12,016 20 


54,937 68 

106 81 

2,518 94 

2,124 77 
415 27 

858 77 


58,390 35 
37 79 


160 67 










2,159 41 


1,671 05 

228 52 


9 55 


205 04 


817 15 


896 27 


725 90 
507 12 


188 82 










1,642 10 














• 

\ 2,216 48 


1,974 99 


2 55 


19 75 


165 89 


195 68 


2,030 65 


1,411 26 


2,862 75 


3,159 59 

4,519 41 

675 38 

16,302 57 










3,068 02 

3,411 77 

2,621 97 

10,273 28 

x 1,888 24 


3,636 84 


4,252 81 
896 47 


72 98 


102 87 


959 58 


1,111 14 


3,533 31 
3,145 71 


16,208 78 


267 70 


271 58 


2,088 33 


1,857 49 


10,273 28 
x 1,747 16 
















84,205 60 
15,240 71 


85,578 02 
22,958 77 


1,232 44 
243 03 


2,521 53 
110 15 


16,094 85 
4,333 98 


16,076 78 
5,160 73 


84,256 17 
20,666 09 


87,210 23 
22,601 95 


10,100 00 


10,136 00 


145 00 


175 00 


1,580 00 


1,755 00 


11,400 00 


9,806 00 


5,140 71 


12,822 77 


98 03 


64 85 


2,753 98 


3,405 73 


9,266 09 


12,795 95 














"l 



Italics denote losses. 

" x " Motor repairs. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xc Hydro and Gas under one Commission. 



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No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Goderich 
xb 

4,553 


Grand Valley 
xa 

586 


Gravenhurst 
xb 

1,600 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Earnings 

Domestic Light 

Commercial Light 

Power 


$ c. 
8,161 85 
5,127 44 
7,079 23 
5,129 84 


$ c. 

7,980 21 

4,663 62 

12,485 34 

5,129 76 

258 75 


$ c. 

714 68 
964 59 


$ c. 
848 56 
967 98 
1,581 78 
714 00 
10 38 


$ c. 
2,350 79 
4,412 55 
4,892 05 
1,310 80 


$ c. 
1,995 82 
4,624 55 
4,786 06 
1,122 12 

527 96 


Street Light 


710 00 
26 17 


Miscellaneous 










Total 


25,498 36 


30,517 68 


2,415 44 


4,122 70 


12,966 19 


13,056 51 




Expenses 
Power Purchased 


9,788 62 
1,474 93 


14,380 97 
1,512 90 


1,132 49 


2,304 48 


3,274 26 


4,169 59 


Sub-Stn. Operation 




" Maint'ce. . . 










Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 


587 31 
12 98 
42 61 


533 55 

349 89 

46 55 


61 50 


85 75 


1,205 27 


899 05 


Line Transformer M't'c'e. . . 




Meter Maintenance 










Consumers' Premises — Exp. . 










Street Light Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of Business 


328 88 


527 54 


41 27 


75 60 


293 56 


98 39 


Billing and Collecting 


623 81 

860 84 

588 84 

4,868 44 


848 35 

834 08 

245 08 

4,747 71 










Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses .... 


318 00 


283 33 


2,242 60 


2,143 57 


Int. and Deb. Payments 

Miscellaneous Expenses 


932 67 


959 03 


3,814 22 


3,788 75 
















Total Expenses 


19,177 26 
6,321 10 


24,026 62 
6,491 06 


2,485 93 


3,708 19 
414 51 


10,829 91 
2,136 28 


11,099 35 
1,957 16 


Loss 


70 49 




Depreciation Charge... 


3,450 00 


3,377 00 


411 00 


1,727 00 


1,975 00 








Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 


2,871 10 


3,114 06 


70 49 


3 51 


409 28 


17 84 

















Italics denote losses. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



133 



M C "—Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec, 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Grantham 
xi 

Twp. 


Hanover 
xb 
3,310 


Hamilton 
104,491 


Hagersville 
xa 

1,053 


Harriston 
1,563 


1917 


1918 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


r 

$ c. 
4,089 45 


r 

$ c. 
4,318 90 


$ c. 
3,981 55 
3,403 10 
8,034 96 

965 46 


$ c. 

135,224 12 
36,740 19 

137,249 87 

80,855 11 

7,002 19 


$ c. 

157,020 32 
37,154 72 

172,313 53 

67,316 16 

4,951 91 


$ c. 
1,602 64 
1,252 54 
2,289 37 
1,200 00 
87 90 


$ c. 
1,624 89 
1,299 96 
2,632 30 
1,200 00 

156 45 


$ c. 
1,556 49 
1,935 38 
2,686 93 
1,006 50 


$ c. 
1,774 96 
1,277 37 






2,663 69 






1,006 50 


















4,089 45 


4,318 90 


16,385 07 


397,071 48 


438,756 64 


6,432 45 


6,913 60 


7,185 30 


6,722 52 


m 621 09 


840 91 


10,086 12 


150,389 18 

11,644 77 

530 50 

11,539 13 
5,413 92 
3,849 30 
5,401 47 

10,269 24 
3,830 37 

19,652 35 

19,345 98 
5,262 04 

69,368 13 


174,176 89 

13,398 19 

936 94 

11,926 47 
5,355 38 

10,000 27 
3,855 80 

10,030 16 
4,187 57 

23,060 89 

20,594 54 
7,449 90 

73,344 69 


3,165 44 


3,436 66 


3,384 96 


3,220 25 










::::::::::i: 




266 00 


467 16 


599 41 


512 75 




289 97 


374 95 


450 80 


































200 70 


136 30 


57 79 


32 40 


157 55 






















355 22 


419 47 


563 86 


759 91 


627 15 


390 76 

36 07 

1,071 32 


764 69 
213 85 


2,662 79 


2,936 37 


3,255 18 


550 80 


550 80 


1,206 63 




















3,905 10 


4,663 91 


14,705 27 
1,679 80 


316,496 38 
80,575 10 


358,317 69 
80,438 95 


5,125 20 
1,307 25 


4,962 37 
1,951 23 


5,290 46 
1,894 84 


6,013 77 
708 75 




345 01 

388 00 




264 00 


1,840 00 


41,594 85 


46,450 11 


430 00 


495 00 


465 00 


544 00 


79 t>5 


733 oi 


160 20 


38,980 25| 33,988 84 


877 25 


1,456 23 


1,429 84 


164 75 



















Italics denote losses. 

" r " All revenue rural. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 

xi Operated by St. Catharines. 



134 



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No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Hensall 
xa 

717 


Hespeler 
2,886 


Highgate 
xa 

z 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Earnings 


$ c. 

1,038 57 

610 79 

81 39 

838 75 


$ c. 
1,226 25 

661 21 
1,729 36 

896 56 



$ c. 

3,679 79 

2,389 80 

10,166 33 

1,990 16 


$ c. 
3,835 53 
2,024 34 
9,186 68 
2.001 00 


$ c. 
416 49 
467 76 

64 32 
709 50 


$ c. 
456 79 


Commercial Light 

Power 


502 27 
2,556 33 


Street Light 


676 50 


















Total 


2,569 50 


4,513 38 


18,226 08 


17,047 55 


1,658 07 


4,191 89 




Expenses 

Power Purchased 

Sub-Stn. Operation 


1,340 04 


2,516 54 


8,541 47 
888 53 


7,253 42 

1.U7Q M 


850 23 


2,968 98 


" Maint'ce... 










Dist. System, Operation 

and Maintenance 

Line Transformer M't'c'e. 


120 35 


133 95 


442 35 
43 27 


331 57 


3 90 


32 56 


Meter Maintenance 




38 87 




Consumers' Premises-Exp. 










Street Light Sys., Opera 

tion and Maintenance. 

Promotion of Business . . 


32 16 


77 17 


54 82 


199 88 


28 32 


51 81 


Billing and Collecting . . . 












Oen. Office, Sal. and Exp.. 
Undistributed Expenses . . 


157 42 


228 96 


1,155 47 

112 50 

3,089 65 


1,542 21 

112 50 

2,960 24 


194 89 


193 64 


Tnt. and Deb. Payments.. 
Miscellaneous Expenses 


613 39 


774 16 


316 02 


327 00 
















Total Expenses 

Surplus 


2,263 36 
306 14 


3,730 78 
782 60 


14,328 06 
3,898 02 


13,517 70 
3,529 85 


1,393 36 
264 71 


0,573 99 
617 SO 


Loss 




Depreciation Charge 




426 00 


1,220 00 


1,499 00 




237 00 










Surp. Less Depr. Chg. 


306 14 


356 60 


2,678 02 


2,030 85 


264 71 


380 90 

















" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



135 



"C"— Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Holstein 
xa 

z 


Huntsville 
xb 

2,135 


Ingersoll 
xb 

5,300 


Kingston 
xa 
22,265 


Kitchener 
xe 

19,380 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 
238 48 
209 74 


$ c. 
256 54 
263 55 


$ c. 

3,597 74 

1,265 03 

13,569 75 


$ c. 

3,614 59 

1,802 91 

13,881 51 


$ c. 

7,465 96 

6,617 53 

21,747 80 


$ c. 

7,622 97 

5,560 92 

21.413 08 


P 

$ c. 
27,760 31 
45,743 73 
32,025 98 
20,015 00 

524 02 


$ c. $ c. 
24,051 18 26,810 70 
17,494 18 17,033 78 
84,818 46i 93,522 21 
16,155 08 14,334 74 
2,333 62! 3,547 65 


186 00 186 00 


1,860 00 
146 44 


1,860 00 
232 90 


4,036 72 4,141 84 
695 03 466 60 








634 22 706 09 


20,438 96 


21,391 98 


40,563 04 39,205 41 


126,069 04 


144,852 52155,249 08 


295 80 


278 40 


14,639 98 


15,276 77 


19,928 44 19,772 09 
1,035 01 1,123 72 


36,562 69 
17,914 18 


77,868 54 
4,601 21 
1,954 58 

2,665 90 
400 93 


80,326 97 
5,367 85 










388 55 


47 31 


57 16 


1,141 53 


654 52 


l,£6d 54 1,109 92 
372 36 470 42 
686 22 319 26 


3,033 33 

369 31 

1,487 49 


3,651 26 

96 78 










592 57 1,593 95 












7 70 


18 00 


27 86 


126 70 


681 73 546 10 


6,987 40 


2,062 98 
310 04 
2,922 78 
2,941 54 
2,051 36 


3,672 91 
49 16 









998 88 1,144 53 
1,375 91 1,596 91 
1,122 64 1,244 21 
4,800 89 4,491 37 


2,347 49 

4,173 13 

4,333 82 

20,077 32 


3,344 46 


64 05 55 73 


1,407 25 


1,824 59 


3,187 83 
2.178 37 


242 72 


237 97 


1,647 41 




1,841 73 


18,487 28 18,514 51 
s 1,535 05 s 2,600 01 

















657 58 


647 26 
53 83 


18,864 03 
1,574 93 


19,724 31 
1,667 67 


32,970 62 31,818 53 
7,592 42 7.3W5 88 


97,286 16 
28,782 88 


118,394 76124,972 61 
26,457 76 30,276 47 


23 36 








75 00 


110 00 


775 00 


920 00 


3,130 00 


3,477 00 


10,295 00 


14,000 00 14,403 00 


98 ?6 


51 T7 


799 93 


747 67 


4,462 42 


3,909 88 


18,487 88 


12,457 76 15,873 47 



















Italics denote losses. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

" p " Fart steam operation. 

" s " Fatriotic contributions. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 

xe Hydro, Gas and Railway operated under one Commission. 



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Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Lambeth 
xa 

z 


London 
xb 

57,301 


Lis towel 
xb 

2,291 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Earnings 


$ c. 

721 51 
252 56 

182 50 
420 00 


$ c. 

833 23 
208 28 
392 22 
433 10 


$ c. 
86,454 36 
52,511 01 
181,973 61 
32,057 31 
16,681 05 


$ c. 
99,240 58 
53,593 28 
193,686 30 
29,482 78 
23,020 07 


$ c. 
2,500 80 
3,168 19 
3,385 58 
3,018 80 


$ c. 
3,820 77 


Commercial Light 

Power 


2,820 74 
7,180 07 


Street Light 


3,211 24 


Miscellaneous 














Total 


1,576 57 


1,866 83 


369,677 34 


399,023 01 


12,073 37 


17,032 82 


Expenses 
Power Purchased 


786 85 


741 04 


174,989 99 

10,937 43 

2,028 10 

3,896 45 

818 07 

4,830 52 

3,866 38 

6,708 67 
6,996 23 
11,260 91 
11,888 53 
10,873 75 
43,545 12 
s 916 77 


178,096 39 

10,263 70 

3,173 16 

3,730 03 
2,015 40 
5,563 52 

4,728 04 

5,336 38 
5,033 00 
12,093 44 
16,087 25 
14,534 28 
52,147 15 


5,653 23 


8,167 83 


Sub-Stn Operation 




" " Maint'ce. . - 










Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 


28 05 


181 95 


187 55 


970 37 


Line Transformer M't'c'e 




Meter Maintenance 










Consumers' Premises — Exp. . 










Street Light Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of Business 


70 85 


9 00 


508 69 


633 49 


Billing and Collecting 










Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses .... 


73 72 


148 32 


2,100 25 

471 38 

2,978 83 


2,213 37 


Int. and Deb. Payments 

Miscellaneous Expenses.... 


260 84 


290 60 


3,086 86 














Total Expenses 

Surplus 


1,220 31 
356 26 


1,370 91 
495 92 


293,556 92 
76,120 42 


312,801 74 
86,221 27 


11,899 93 
173 44 


15,071 92 
1,960 90 


Loss 




Depreciation Charge... 


160 00 


288 00 


33,937 78 


41,211 57 


960 00 


1,168 00 


Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 


196 26 


207 92 


42,182 64 


45,009 70 786 56 792 90 


i 


1 





Italics denote losses. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

" s " Patriotic contributions. 

xa Operated by M^ni — >-■" 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



1919 



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137 



44 C"— Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Louth 
Twp. 
xa 


Lucan 
643 


Lynden 
xa z 


Markdale 
xa 

904 


Milverton 
929 


Moorefield 
xa 
z 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 1918 

1 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


r 

$ c. 
421 00 


$ c. 
1,283 01 

870 97 
2,756 92 

978 75 


$ c. 
1,309 20 

885 28 
5,650 56 

990 00 
63 08 


$ c. $ c. 
272 49 1 304 17 
213 11 231 50 
2,912 962,770 26 
360 00 360 00 


$ c. 
1,241 47 
1,105 58 
718 89 
684 21 
434 56 


$ c. 
1,672 90 
862 43 
697 58 
685 00 
48 60 


$ c. 

785 01 
1,200 09 
2,899 56 
1,100 03 


$ c. 
1,007 75 
1,403 46 
7,533 28 
1,108 36 

200 81 


i 

$ c. 
175 36 
217 24 
888 57 
348 25 












421 00 


5,889 65 


8,898 12 


3,758 563,665 93 


4,184 71 


3,966 51 


5,984 69 


11,253 66 


1,629 42 




3,901 81 


5,771 33 


2,682 452,407 90 


1,563 05 


1,498 38 


3,862 56 


7,559 45 


1,146 27 


























39 64 


133 16 


523 45 




34 29 


4 60 


125 06 


74 63 


22 20 


256 97 


15 97 












































* 'i 
34 25l 57 81 


23 52 


14 48 


3 25 


47 34 


95 16 


35 25 


4 24 
























265 93 


276 65 


77 83 


86 41 


211 48 


401 71 


284 28 


490 05 


27 90 


361 33 


886 03 


883 65 


309 28 


309 28 


892 65 


970 10 


765 33 


754 50 


288 57 






















400 97 
20 03 


5,221 18 
668 47 


7,512 89 
1,385 23 


3,127 37 
631 19 


2,822 67 
843 26 


2,795 49 
1,389 22 


2,992 16 
974 35 


5,029 53 
955 16 


9,096 22 
2,157 44 


1,482 95 
146 47 


45 00 


355 00 


440 00 


150 00 


185 00 


340 00 


445 00 


350 00 


413 00 








24 97 


313 47 


945 23 


481 19 


658 26 


1,049 22 


529 35 


605 16 


1,744 44 


146 47 






1 















Italics denote losses. 

" i " 9 months' operation. 

" r " All revenue rural. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 



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No. 49 



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Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Midland 
xb 

7,109 


Milton 
1,947 


Mimico 
2,004 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 

$ c. 
7,400 73 

883 24 
2,750 59 
2,291 12 

154 37 


1918 


Earnings 

Domestic Light 

Commercial Light 

Power 

Street Light 


$ c. 

9,179 72 

5,651 06 

15,300 91 

3,451 67 

209 61 


$ c. 

10,341 29 

6,149 35 

24,529 03 

3,509 50 

323 56 


$ c. 
2,528 88 
1,863 60 
7,968 76 
2,040 77 

590 62 


$ c. 
2,852 66 
1,759 69 
6,497 73 
1,922 13 
1,059 96 


$ c. 
7,209 82 

942 82 
4,357 12 
1,780 43 

267 83 


Miscellaneous 


Total 


33,792 97 


44,852 73 


14,992 63 


14,092 17 


13,480 05 


14,558 02 


Expenses 

Power Purchased 

Sub-Stn Operation 


19,291 92 


25,204 55 


8,892 32 


7,759 66 
351 61 


4,880 07 


4,411 99 


" " Maint'ce. 












Dist. System, Operation and 

Maintenance 

Line Transformer M't'c'e . 


1,148 87 
338 29 
123 10 


£60 98 
471 28 
120 76 


1,659 16 


1,364 47 


1,603 79 


2,316 31 


Meter Maintenance 










Consumers' Premises — Exp.. 









Strest Light Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of Business 


1,292 23 


1,066 86 


187 56 


81 83 


388 61 


479 54 


Billing and Collecting 


344 83 447 84 









Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses .... 


1,789 27 

261 80 

3,809 04 


1,877 68 

327 70 

4,634 04 


760 52 


855 31 


1,404 42 


1,675 63 


Int. and Deb. Payments.... 
Miscellaneous Expenses.... 


2,212 11 


2,249 72 


2,711 55 


1,576 09 












10,988 44 
2,491 61 




Total Expenses 

Surplus 


28,399 35 
5,393 62 


35,111 69 
9,741 04 


13,711 67 
1,280 96 


12,662 90 
1,429 27 


10,459 56 
4,098 46 


Loss 




Depreciation Charge... 


3,650 00 
1,743 62 


4,294 00 


1,037 00 


1,196 00 


1,400 00 


1,680 00 


Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 


5,447 04 


243 96 


233 27 


1,091 61 


2,418 46 













xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



139 



" C "—Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Mitchell 
xb 

1,656 


Mount Brydges 
xa 

z 


Mount Forest 
xb 

1,871 


New Hamburg 
xa 

1,398 


Norwich 
xb 

1,093 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 
2,572 51 
2,774 59 
4,169 05 
2,100 00 
355 65 


e 

$ c. 
2,730 62 
2,944 34 
4,834 06 
2,005 00 
192 99 


$ c. 
540 17 
344 16 
627 07 
532 00 
8 32 

2,051 72 


$ c. 
601 52 
312 44 
750 69 
532 00 

2,196 65 


$ c. 
2,171 91 
2,556 41 
2,533 40 
1,710 00 
140 51 


$ c. 
2,171 73 
2,419 72 
3,132 19 
1,710 00 


$ c. 
2,052 95 
1,481 03 
4,299 65 
1,827 00 

56 70 


$ c. 
2,331 00 
1,410 88 
4,784 71 
1,827 00 
218 15 


$ c. 

*8,132 02 

1,198 97 

4,116 38 

1,597 50 

469 49 


$ c. 
3,042 12 
1,064 13 
2,481 63 
1,588 50 
r6,289 50 


11,971 80 


12,707 01 


9,112 23 


9,433 64 


9,717 33 


10,571 74 


15,514 36 


14,465 88 


5,581 43 


5,977 80 


1,108 88 


1,163 99 


3,716 67(3,811 31 


5,087 98 


5,248 00 


7,486 64 


3,990 25 




















748 16 


1,594 89 


48 26 


26 69 


696 73 


988 74 


816 07 


971 80 


1,507 04 


789 25 
24 76 


















92 81 


16 67 




















119 92 


51 89 


28 20 


31 80 


101 02 


122 90 


215 91 


340 68 


265 01 


203 29 






















1,081 50 


1,220 41 


87 30 


99 89 


241 36 


355 51 

565 09 

1,899 26 


706 22 


719 89 


747 96 


752 51 


1,831 00 


1,804 69 


290 35 


290 35 


1,816 16 


1,170 91 


1,110 91 


3,630 63 


1,112 45 
q6,375 35 






















9,362 01 
2,609 79 


10,649 68 
2,057 33 


1,562 99 
488 73 


1,612 72 
583 93 


6,571 94 
2,540 29 


7,742 81 
1,690 83 


7,997 09 
1,720 24 


8,391 28 
2,180 46 


13,730 09 
1,784 27 


13,264 53 
1,201 35 


1,250 00 


1,410 00 




150 00 


186 00 


895 00 


920 00 


900 00 


1,050 00 


1,855 00 


705 00 


1,359 79 


647 33 


338 73 


397 93 


1,645 29 


770 83 


820 24 


1,130 46 


70 73 


496 35 






i 













" r " Rural revenue. 

" q " Rural expenses. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

Italics denote losses. 

♦Includes rural revenue. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



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Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Niagara Falls 
11,715 


New Toronto 
xb 

1,423 


Owen Sound 
xb 

11,819 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Earnings 
Domestic Light 


$ c. 
22,566 76 
11,012 51 
18,804 36 
12,148 21 


$ c. 
26,423 31 
10,692 04 
22,242 65 
12,228 32 


$ c. 

2,451 49 

566 42 

30,726 27 

862 00 


$ c. $ c. 
2,631 8215,740 76 


$ c. 
16 071 58 


Commercial Light 

Power 


1,113 87(13,809 15 
64,854 9128,667 22 
820 00 7 ( 


14,011 58 
32,069 70 


Street Light 


7,230 00 


Miscellaneous 




686 77 


722 57 















Total 


64,531 84 


71,586 32 


34,606 18 


69,420 60 65,903 90 


70,105 43 


Expenses 
Power Purchased 


25,343 42 
3,870 60 


26,225 01 
3,465 72 


23,492 71 


52,962 62 


30,966 00 
6,114 24 


30,903 17 


Sub-Stn Operation ........ 


3,094 61 


" Maint'ce. . . 






Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 


1,025 65 
244 40 
773 91 


3,067 27 

44 54 

926 15 


2,121 67 


1,458 29 


1,882 98 
308 90 
618 82 


3,961 01 


Line Transformer M't'c'e 


305 03 


Meter Maintenance 






110 95 


Consumers' Premises — Exp . 






Street Light Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of Business. . 


3,171 35 


6,163 50 


350 70 ; 289 52 


1,005 74 


1,964 86 


Billing and Collecting 


2,220 02 

4,647 10 

2,296 74 

11,051 98 


2,698 37 

3,663 34 

3,238 01 

13,079 78 




1,117 62 

2,394 96 

570 26 

11,281 56 


1,839 79 


Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses .... 


1,007 83! 1,421 55 


3,268 78 
707 60 


Int. and Deb. Payments .... 
Miscellaneous Expenses. . . 


1,310 85 1,374 60 


11,256 56 














Total Expenses 

Surplus 


54,645 17 
9,886 67 


62,571 69 
9,014 63 


28,283 76 57,506 58 
6,322 42 11,914 02 


56,261 08 
9,642 82 


57,412 36 
12,693 C7 


Loss 




Depreciation Charge . . . 


7,500 00 


7,792 50 


1,000 00 1,478 00 


4,495 70 


4,950 25 


Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 


2,386 67 


1,222 13 


5,322 42 10,436 02 


5,147 12 


7,742 82 















xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



141 



44 C "—Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Ottawa 
100,561 


Oil Springs 
xa 

537 


Omemee 
xa 
z 


Otterville 
xa 

z 


Orangeville 
2,381 


1917 


1918 


1918 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 
81,506 24 
48,546 77 
63,173 09 
59,928 97 
1,147 94 


$ c. 
88,020 83 
50,733 92 
64,655 78 
58,696 69 
1,303 62 


J 

$ c. 

87 68 

73 85 

2,240 03 

678 36 


J 

$ c. 
480 37 
419 07 
54 78 
630 00 


$ c. 
537 88 
290 32 
47 44 
340 00 


$ c. 
615 32 
272 50 

912 05 
338 00 


$ c. 
1,641 42 
1,903 38 
2,902 60 
1,648 95 

295 82 


$ c. 
1,891 77 
2,081 03 
3,197 89 
1,856 50 

220 07 














254,303 01 


263,410 84 


3,079 92 


1,584 22 


1,215 64 


2,137 87 


8,392 17 


9,247 26 


75,113 78 
4,545 40 


82,912 84 
5,007 52 


2,209 29 


828 94 


605 98 


961 20 


3,326 62 


4,316 96 


16 95 














17,476 61 
56 16 


20,194 79 

13 41 

3,736 50 


29 32 


108 42 


21 30 


53 57 


1,176 70 


1,227 65 


4,378 74 




























19,214 96 
8,273 19 


21,078 95 
7,919 55 

18,467 39 

12,375 01 
7,294 43 

42,178 44 


18 48 


31 55 


104 70 


77 60 


271 46 


425 85 


15,751 84 














10,126 32 
6,673 69 


72 01 


172 77 


121 32 


115 29 


379 05 


397 91 


42,147 44 


825 16 


963 93 


392 33 


393 48 


2,067 96 


2,898 12 


















203,775 08 
50,527 93 


221,178 83 
42,232 01 


3,154 26 


2,105 61 


1,245 63 


1,601 14 
536 73 


7,221 79 
1,170 38 


9,266 49 




74 34 


521 39 


29 99 
154 00 


19 23 


37,115 00 


36,832 00 


196 00 


1,000 00 


1,270 00 










13,412 93 


5,400 01 


74 34 


521 3Q 


183 99 


340 73 


170 38 


1,289 23 



















Italics denote losses. 

" j " 10 months' operation. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 



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No. 49 



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Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Peterboro' 
xb 

19,816 


Palmerston 
xb 

1,843 


Preston 
xb 

4,949 





1917 1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Earnings 

Domestic Light 

Commercial Light 

Power 

Street Light 

Aliscellaneous . 


$ c. 
40,043 65 
26,601 65 
46,235 49 
13,994 22 

373 91 


$ c. 
43,049 23 
24,679 61 
48,055 38 
14,353 93 
86 83 


$ c. 
2,506 76 
2,780 86 
1,225 68 
1,582 50 


$ c. 
2,563 63 
2,729 69 
1,401 26 
1,590 00 

747 65 


$ c. $ c. 

8,956 89 9,090 16 

5,733 82 4,981 28 

24,569 60 23,016 09 

3,116 66 3,136 96 

394 56 294 94 








Total 


127,248 92 


130,224 98 


8,095 80 


9,032 23 


42,771 53 46,519 43 


Expenses 

Power Purchased 

Sub-Stn. Operation . 


65,174 37 

2,444 10 

301 84 

7,948 46 

836 95 

2,530 20 


62,097 31 

1,559 79 

776 05 

9,402 87 
1,176 91 
2,993 90 


3,422 38 


3,350 96 


22,201 03 18,067 42 
1,833 00 2,512 03 


" Maint'ce. 






55 73 110 75 


Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 


194 25 


341 09 


1,659 33 2,259 78 


Line Transformer M't'c'e 


215 66 301 95 


Meter Maintenance 






324 33 475 34 


Consumers' Premises — Exp.. 








Street Light Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of Business 


7,584 74 


4,754 12 


104 56 


198 42 


382 73 80 09 


Billing and Collecting 


4,151 97 

7,227 55 

3,483 75 

14,701 34 


4,650 69 

7,736 18 

4,016 97 

15,065 95 






* "i *169 0L i,638 74 


Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses 


896 47 


749 55 


1,279 51 2,126 67 
905 09 L046 98 


Int. and Deb. Payments 

Miscellaneous Expenses. . . . 


1,841 43 


2,216 99 


7,259 03 


8,257 70 
















Total Expenses . . .' 


116,385 27 
10,863 65 


114,230 74 
15,994 24 


6,459 09 
1,636 71 


6,857 01 
2,175 22 


37,284 45 36,877 45 
5.487 08| 3,641 98 


Loss 


Depreciation Charge. . . 


7,120 00 


7,572 00 


585 00 


723 00 


3,930 00J 4,740 00 


Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 

I 


3,743 65 


8,422 24 


1,051 71 


1,452 22 


1,557 08 


I,008 02 






Italics denote losses. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



143 



" C "—Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Plattsville 
xa 

z 


Paris 
xb 

4,447 


Penetanguishene 
xb 

3,672 


Port Arthur 
xf 

15,224 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ c. 
670 35 
583 58 
768 37 
527 00 


$ c. 
699 99 
636 88 
1,596 81 
536 13 


$ c. 
6,620 91 
4,303 71 
8,828 42 
4,576 00 


$ c. 

7,189 11 

4,339 77 

12,951 24 

3,896 80 


$ c. 

2,486 82 

2,677 81 

10,234 73 

2,159 00 

17 54 


$ c. 
2,855 29 
2,363 45 
9,701 55 
2,131 00 

102 47 


$ c. 

33,358 31 

28,235 05 

111,367 47 

15,614 02 

604 56 


$ c. 

37,216 29 

31,612 57 

142,118 26 

15,750 27 

300 91 












2,549 30 


3,469 81 


24,329 04 


28,376 92 


17,575 90 


17,153 76 


189,179 41 


226,998 30 


1,611 07 


1,962 14 


7,325 62 
1,089 65 


11,317 87 
1,297 69 


11,281 27 
775 74 


9,687 88 

752 22 

62 61 

177 30 

89 54 
45 98 


58,702 66 

6,651 33 

149 22 

4,700 89 
218 63 
256 61 


87,012 71 
7 421 03 






2,360 16 


12 35 


3 95 


1,495 26 


2,057 54 
105 00 
127 10 




57 88 


2,366 40 
189 68 






32 43 


259 50 


3 285 88 








58 99 


92 46 


21 45 


390 86 


104 98 


214 69 


1,709 43 


2,617 89 






168 65 

576 18 

391 79 

6,665 00 


103 09 

665 34 

655 17 

6,665 00 


222 00 
1,398 78 


139 85 
1,555 42 

288 44 
2,019 20 


3,422 49 

11,174 28 

208 46 

50,539 14 


3,523 78 


89 86 


80 81 

3 49 

321 69 


9,642 89 
997 44 


340 67 


1,980 06 


51,420 92 














2,112 94 
436 36 


2,464 54 
1,005 27 


17,766 03 
6,563 01 


23,384 66 
4,992 26 


16,080 21 
1,495 69 


15,033 13 
2,120 63 


137,733 14 
51,446 27 


170,838 78 
56,159 52 


160 00 


198 12 


2,500 00 


rim no 


2,000 00 


2,256 00 










t 


276 36 


807 15 


4,063 Oil 1,863 26 


504 3i 


135 37 


51,446 27 


56,159 52 






J 







Italics denote losses. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 

xf Hydro, Water, Telephone and Railway under one Commission. 



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STATEMENT 
Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Petrolia 
3,047 


Port Credit 
xa 

1,176 


Port Dalhousie 
1,318 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Earnings 
Domestic Light 


$ c. 
3,346 54 
3,837 48 
6,666 29 
3,436 04 
1,194 88 


$ c. 

4,096 58 

4,138 05 

11,491 46 

3,163 30 

518 73 


$ c. 

1,822 36 
452 84 
246 63 

1,075 00 


$ c. 

2,107 78 
509 82 
203 48 

1,075 00 
29 54 


$ c. 
3,249 37 
881 01 
321 67 
850 00 


$ c. 
3,224 98 


Commercial Light 

Power 


799 78 
615 76 


Street Light 


850 00 


Miscellaneous 










Total 


18,481 23 


23,408 12 


3,596 83 


3,925 62 


5,302 05 


5,490 52 


Expenses 
Power Purchased 


9,593 76 


12,065 02 


1,563 97 


1,564 86 


1,958 83 


2,031 36 


Sub-Stn. Operation 


" Maint'ce... 














Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 


811 64 


837 81 


299 45 


340 19 


1,416 47 


1,498 64 


Line Transformer M't'c'e. . . 




Meter Maintenance 




18 18 










Consumers' Premises — Exp. . 












Street Light Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of Business 


429 09 


254 31 


71 47 


87 01 


127 83 


189 00 


Billing and Collecting 














Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses .... 


2,364 81 

62 28 

3,934 47 


2,772 91 

620 51 

3,733 <6 


488 75 


566 48 


357 26 


429 18 


Int. and Deb. Payments 

Miscellaneous Expenses . . . 


678 61 


609 91 


1,240 84 


1,261 25 
















Total Expenses 

Surplus 


17,196 05 
1,285 18 


20,302 20 
3,105 92 


3,102 25 
494 58 


3,168 45 
757 17 


5,101 23 
200 82 


5,409 43 
81 09 


Loss 




Depreciation Charge... 


1,120 00 


1,952 00 


520 00 


620 00 


460 00 


545 98 


Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 


165 18 


1,153 92 


25 42 


137 17 


25Q 18 


464 89 

















Italics denote losses. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



145 



*' C "—Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Port McNicoll 
xa 

z 


Port Stanley 
xa 

z 


Princeton 
xa 

z 


Prescott 
xb 

2,630 


Rodney 
xa 

626 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 1918 


$ c. 
829 39 
381 25 

77 41 


$ c. 
878 50 
427 47 

28 09 
336 00 


$ c. $ c. 
3,386 56 3,736 63 
1,714 56|l,734 62 
3,174 232,738 60 
1,608 25ll,440 00 

60 47 158 30 


$ c. $ c. 

789 51 657 45 
178 43i 181 19 

i 


$ c. 
4,865 40 
3,999 55 
5,010 65 
2,500 00 

238 68 


$ c. 
4,783 96 
3,663 18 
5,595 29 
2,500 00 

216 70 


.i 

$ c. $ c. 

487 46 794 65 

665 84 911 63 

28 60 


336 00 


340 00 340 00 
3 50 


1,058 63 999 00 
9 51 












1,624 05 


1,670 06 


9,944 07 


9,808 15 


1,311 441,178 64 
677 07 694 11 


16,614 28 


16,759 13 


2,250 04 2,705 28 


563 03 


533 52 


4,865 21 


4,501 71 


4,934 78 

2,964 32 

188 08 

1,107 30 


4,946 06 
3,944 92 


1,372 86 


1,570 26 
















51 66 


82 75 


318 50 


457 82 


3 30 ! 


1,060 32 

380 62 

64 91 


1 

23 90; 11 20 












72 57 



















15 65 


27 00 


442 90 


220 32 


33 36 40 66 


646 59 


87 70 


46 80 


37 15 












23 70 

1,758 04 

416 02 

1,983 39 






178 56 


146 81 


1,530 60 


1,659 59 


64 67 73 04 

26 08 

248 97 230 93 


1,642 78 
335 23 

1,992 84 


*173 90 309 30 


436 32 


435 92 


1,232 82 


1,233 32 


"426*22 590 36 










! 








1,245 22 
378 83 


1,226 00 
444 06 


8,390 03 
1,554 04 


8,072 76 
1,735 39 


1,053 451,038 74 
257 99 139 90 


14,094 79 
2,519 49 


15,238 38 
1,520 75 


2,043 68 
206 36 


2,518 27 
187 01 


164 00 


198 00 


748 92 


804 00 


110 00 j 129 00 


2,190 00 


2,000 00 




306 00 












805 12 


931 39 


147 99 10 90 


329 49 


479 25 


206 36 


u8 QQ 










' 













Italics denote losses. 

" j " 10 months' operation. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



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No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Ridgetown 
xb 

2,080 


Rock 
xa 

2 


wood 


St. Catharines 
xc 

17,917 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Earnings 
Domestic Light 


$ c. 
2,551 69 
2,720 19 
2,245 85 
2,969 02 

361 24 


$ c. 
2,726 19 
2,434 14 
4,188 49 
2,969 04 

671 64 


$ c. 
795 54 
380 90 
1,097 05 
528 00 


$ c. 
860 14 
372 56 
1,087 21 
528 00 


$ c. 

24,275 56 

6,024 34 

71,138 36 

15,318 53 

433 95 


$ c. 
30,187 05 


Commercial Light 

Power 


6,028 41 
94,632 33 


Street Light 


13,870 70 


Miscellaneous 


1,126 63 






Total . . ., , 


10,847 99 12,989 50 


2,801 49 
1,360 71 


2,847 91 


117,190 74 145,845 12 


Expenses 
Power Purchased 


4,337 24 


5,768 07 


1,408 51 


50,215 87 

2,818 33 

269 95 

2,102 00 

2,130 23 

408 56 


69,417 32 


Sub-Stn. Operation . . . 


2,558 79 


" Maint'ce. . 


i 






229 05 


Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance : 


114 37 




289 24 


49 31 


121 55 


6,068 72 


Line Transformer M't'c'e. . 


1,412 31 


Meter Maintenance 








728 95 


Consumers' Premises — Exp.. 










Street Light Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of Business 


98 39 


199 17 


16 80 


16 80 


1,363 16 
1,334 97 
2,184 20 
5,208 86 
1,019 36 
15,354 35 


2,609 10 
1,975 69 


Billing and Collecting 










2,828 93 


Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses.... 


1,286 40 


1,107 25 


159 52 


373 48 


6,287 52 
1,411 73 


Int. and Deb. Payments.... 
Miscellaneous Expenses 


1,777 75 


1,619 42 


338 50 


302 25 


16,048 20 















Total Expenses 

Surplus 


7,614 15 
3,233 84 


8,983 15 
4,006 35 


1,924 84 
876 65 


2,222 59 
625 32 


84,409 84 
32,780 90 
! 


111,576 31 
34,268 81 


Loss 




Depreciation Charge 


560 00 


772 00 


290 00 


323 00 


9,800 00 


10,237 00 


Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 


2,673 84 


3,234 35 


586 65 


302 32 


22,980 90 


24,031 81 















Italics denote losses. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 

xc Hydro and Gas under one Commission. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



147 



"C"— Continued 



Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 


1917 and 1918 


av«*., 


• r. 


Seaforth 
2,075 


St. Marys 
xb 

3,960 


St. George 
xa 

z 


Stamford .l^p. 
xa 


Scarboro' 

Twp. 
xa 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


$ c. 

3,437 49 

2,902 34 

15,125 30 


$ c. 

3,675 33 

2,874 71 

21,124 99 

1,883 00 

134 41 


$ c. 
5,552 22 
3,052 62 
8,814 71 


$ c. 
6,341 15 
2,973 06 
8,510 57 


$ c. 
1,046 91 
478 96 
642 64 
495 00 


$ c. 
1,138 63 

456 m 
1,379 38 

495 00 


$ c. 
2,875 85 

* 

12,977 72 
936 00 


$ c. 

2,746 18 

* 

10,544 18 
961 87 


$ c. 

1,027 14 

* 


1,869 96 
330 02 


5,400 00 


5,399 00 
161 89 


138 00 




.... 












23,665 11 


29,692 44 


22,819 5523,385 67 


2,663 51 


3,469 37 


16,789 57 


14,252 23 


1,165 14 


15,669 77 


21,916 64 


10,103 73 

800 89 


10,606 97 
886 61 
104 92 

276 08 
117 21 
122 65 


1,165 43 


1,532 44 


8,024 48 


6,345 57 


317 72 
















1,025 86 


1,048 70 


211 13 
301 42 
310 37 


30 40 


2 96 


482 07 


1,033 32 


21 55 






























255 82 


221 34 


510 30 


455 92 


19 50 


17 94 


36 00 


71 06 


243 71 






203 54 
1,101 73 

334 71 
4,775 42 


232 96 
1,234 99 

513 78 
5,017 47 












955 07 


1,000 67 


166 10 


225 34 


3,092 67 


2,341 80 


247 50 


1,691 51 


1,662 99 


387 83 


367 33 


2,591 55 


1,712 98 


1,629 81 




















19,598 03 
4,067 08 


25,850 34 
3,842 10 


18,653 24 
4,166 31 


19,569 56 
3,816 11 


1,769 26 
894 25 


2,146 01 
1,323 36 


14,226 77 
2,562 80 


11,504 73 
2,747 50 


2,460 29 




1,295 15 


1,425 00 


1,770 00 


3,340 00 


3,491 00 


175 00 


216 00 


1,200 00 


1,093 00 








2,642 08 


2,072 10 


826 31 


325 11 


719 25 


1,107 36 


1,362 80 


1,654 50 


1,205 1 5 






i 









Italics denote losses. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

*Domestic and Commercial combined. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



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Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Shelburne 
1,018 


Sunderland 
xa 

z 


Stratford 
xb 

17,371 





1917 


1918 


1917 1918 


1917 


1918 


Earnings 


$ c. 
1,625 28 
1,362 06 

620 14 
1,059 00 


$ c. 
1,749 09 
1,416 45 
2,465 07 
1,092 00 


$ c. 

858 64 
745 91 
731 14 
272 16 


$ c. 
988 01 
735 19 
825 04 
324 16 


$ c. 

26,614 85 
16,385 81 
27,846 16 
16,114 98 
465 27 


$ c. 

29,314 17 
15,261 26 
27,845 41 


Commercial Light 


Street Lieht 


13,187 04 
1,375 77 


Miscellaneous 














Total 


4,666 48 


6,722 61 


2,607 85 


2,872 40 


87,427 07 


86,983 65 






Expenses 

Power Purchased 

Sub-Stn. Operation 


2,019 50 


3,563 00 


1,780 14 


1,891 44 


39,675 72 

1,693 35 

206 74 

3,298 83 

79 47 

371 29 


39,318 19 
1,868 21 


" " Maint'ce 








474 11 


Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 


123 47 354 34 


135 48 


424 61 


4,727 24 


Line Transformer M't'c'e. . . 


168 24 


Meter Maintenance 








112 66 


Consumers' Premises — Exp. 










Street Light Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of Business 


43 39 


74 91 


3 00 


34 32 


2,377 46 


3,890 28 


Billing and Collecting 








2,259 85 

1,194 88 

3,337 01 

18,011 96 


2,214 94 


Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses.... 


549 56 


563 91 


240 71 


3 09 


1,309 95 
3,040 45 


Int. and Deb. Payments.... 
Miscellaneous Expenses.... 


1,373 10 


1,358 34 


492 32 


428 20 


18,987 17 
















Total Expenses 

Surplus 


4,109 02 
557 46 


5,914 50 
808 11 


2,651 65 


2,781 66 
90 74 


72,506 56 
14,920 51 


76,111 44 
10,872 21 


Loss 


43 80 
160 00 




Depreciation Charge... 


475 00 


670 00 


199 00 


9,550 00 


10,529 00 


Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 


82 46 


138 11 


203 80 


108 26 


5,370 51 


343 21 













Italics denote losses. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



149 



44 C "—Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Sarnia 
12,323 


Strathroy 
xb 

2,816 


Simcoe 
4,032 


St. Thomas 
xg 

17,216 


Smith's 
Falls 
6,115 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


$ c. 
25,655 32 
18,724 77 
33,693 36 
13,026 05 
1,971 50 


$ c. 
28,772 83 
19,935 11 
35,272 45 
12,725 64 
2,664 11 


$ c. 
4,355 25 
3,554 88 
4,138 79 
4,698 12 

150 41 


$ c. 

4,926 25 
3,588 67 
7,447 74 
4,698 12 
60 28 


$ c. 

1,346 19 
3,054 71 
1,819 98 
4,068 00 


$ c. 
1,544 94 
3,134 81 
2,012 87 
3,334 96 


$ c. 
22,620 72 
14,843 27 
44,977 52 
14,633 50 
1,318 69 


$ c. 
25,561 20 
12,332 86 
53,973 48 
13,051 93 
1,042 42 


$ c. 
10,922 38 
9,714 14 
3,484 53 
3,895 86 
1,468 39 


93,071 00 99,370 14 


16,897 45 


20,721 06 


10,288 88 10,027 58 


98,393 70105,961 89 


29,485 30 


35,061 33 
6,779 04 


41,478 27 

3,420 15 

50 42 

5,979 71 
596 17 
137 50 


9,220 51 


12,648 42 


4,295 37 


4,417 86 


49,706 40 
3,736 63 
1,374 38 

3,731 70 

616 58 

174 95 

69 05 

3,961 21 
518 92' 
1,817 90 
2,431 27 
2,709 62 
10,365 50 


50,380 03 

3,583 47 

816 87 

5,165 73 

108 73 

317 33 

27 97 

4,057 19 
457 48 
2,034 40 
2,951 54 
2,191 84 
10,231 90 


2,447 50 
5,928 48 


395 38 










821 62 


1,669 39 
12 40 


301 37 


259 25 


998 02 

9 71 

22 64 


1,047 41 
203 05 


2,489 16 


111 06 








5 44 










765 94 


1,513 06 


319 14 


339 00 


217 30 


108 40 


978 54 


1,500 54 


1,855 54 

4,632 22 

6,552 33 

18,092 71 










1,676 10 


5,814 59 
4,109 84 


1,990 88 


2,441 02 


613 79 

2 07 

1,876 55 


464 15 

12 00 

1,820 04 


4,821 11 
730 25 


20,548 16 


3,135 73 


3,799 07 


12,029 38 




















76,773 11 
16,297 89 


84,308 08 
15,062 06 


14,967 63 
1,929 82 


19,486 76 
1,234 30 


8,035 45 
2,253 43 


8,072 91 
1,954 67 


81,214 11 
17,179 59 


82,324 48 
23,637 41 


31,922 14 




2,436 84 


7,613 00 


11,455 00 


1,270 00 


1,644 00 


1,216 00 


1,295 00 


12,088 46 


11,413 50 


3,375 00 


8,684 89 3,607 06 


659 82 


40Q 70 


1,037 43 


659 67 


5,091 13| 12,223 91 


5,81 J 84 


1 










1 





Italics denote losses. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 

xg Hydro and Gas under one management. 



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No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Springfield 
xa 

z 


St. Jacobs 
xa 

z 


Stayner 
990 


— . 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Earnings 


d 

$ c. 
240 08 
135 72 
167 13 
325 01 


$ c. 
738 06 
526 02 
650 34 
800 00 
122 36 


d 

$ c. 
135 66 
143 85 
497 52 
150 00 


$ c. 
570 67 
521 00 
2,160 76 
finn no 


$ c. 
1,109 46 

957 56 
1,009 88 

685 50 


$ c. 
1,180 03 

914 85 
1,982 63 

687 75 
39 01 


Commercial Light •• 


Strppt Lierht 


Miscellaneous 














Tota 1 


867 94 


2,836 78 


927 03 3,852 43 


3,762 40 


4,804 27 




Expenses 

Power Purchased 

Sub-Stn. Operation 


460 96 


1,483 62 


765 55 


2,675 25 


1,711 79 


3,039 43 


Maint'ce. 












Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 




42 75 


( 

18 75 36 14 


339 68 


340 83 


Line Transformer M't'c'e. 






Meter Maintenance 












Consumers' Premises — Exp. 












Street Light Sys., Operation 
and Maintenance 




48 81 


49 98 


49 52 


62 33 


Promotion of Business. . . . 






Billing and Collecting.... 













Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. 
Undistributed Expenses... 


43 29 


150 52 


18 75! 170 05 


169 04 


314 63 


Int. and Deb. Payments. . . 


273 78 


826 17 




503 61 


1,220 61 


1,222 10 


Miscellaneous expenses. . . . 


















Total Expenses 

Surplus 


778 03 
89 91 


2,551 87 
284 91 


803 05 3,435 03 

123 98 417 40 

i 


3,490 64 
271 76 


4,979 32 


Loss 


175 05 


Depreciation Charge. . 








232 00 


420 00 


533 12 












Surp. Less Depr. Chg. 


89 91 


284 91 


123 98 


185 40 


148 24 


708 17 


1 








1 





Italics denote losses. 

" d " 4 months' operation. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



151 



" C "—Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Tara 
xa 
z 


Tavistock 
xb 

974 


Thamesford 
xa 

z 


Thamesville 
xa 

742 


Toronto 
460,526 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


J 

$ c. 
428 50 
392 66 
352 49 


$ c. 
1,155 03 
1,396 92 
1,915 65 
1,711 71 


$ c. 

1,258 12 

1,014 49 

10,303 82 

1,422 65 

10 06 


$ c. 
646 83 
588 64 
682 43 
476 00 


$ c. 
652 48 
630 67 
168 37 
476 00 

39 89 


$ c. 

1,823 34 

949 80 


$ c. 

1.781 98 

909 52 


$ c. $ c. 
414,043 17i 451,824 59 
297,459 72 292,089 54 
899,474 481,223.013 69 
365,794 63 300,593 05 
52,184 91 1 56,913 39 


938 67 


1,050 00 


955 75 












2,112 32 


6,179 31 


14,009 14 


2,393 90 


3,479 41 


3,829 14 


3,647 25 


2,028,956 91 2,324,434 26 


986 34 


4,119 52 


8,477 74 


1,226 61 


2,490 35 


1,835 05 


1,687 34 


684,470 50 
65,925 51 


824,251 36 
53 473 10 
















21,615 271 40,002 08 

41,721 92 52,955 90 
9,108 62i 8,233 96 


328 12 


132 88 


121 48 


225 84 


127 27 


65 59 


275 81 
















19,903 28 2K:i'2fi OQ 
















51,547 04 

67,390 00 

48,258 76 

89,315 94 

146,428 85 

10,135 83 

462,718 79 

s 17,775 37 


54,484 29 


36 48 


27 75 


105 06 


30 70 


48 29 


34 61 


59 90 


77,584 98 
42,466 85 
















89,557 10 


159 75 


620 35 

61 35 

470 07 


588 10 


112 95 

5 01 

266 91 


138 90 
"424*46 


493 84 

22 91 

829 95 


552 63 


179,078 45 
12,137 16 


840 31 


467 64 


849 80 


532,976 12 


















2,351 00 


5,431 92 

747 39 


9,760 02 
4,249 12 


1,868 02 
525 88 


3,229 21 
250 20 


3,281 95 
547 19 


3,425 48 
221 77 


1,736,315 68 
292,641 23 


1,992,327 44 
332,106 82 


238 68 






305 00 


384 00 


235 00 


355 76 


235 00 


407 00 


258,174 17 


310,439 83 






238 68 


442 39 


3,865 12 


290 88 


105 56 


312 19 


1S5 23 


34,467 06 


21,666 99 





















Italics denote losses. 

" j " 10 months' operation. 

" s " Patriotic contributions. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



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Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality- 
Population 



Earnings 



Domestic Light . . 
Commercial Light 

Power 

Street Light 

Miscellaneous .... 



Total 



Expenses 



Thorndale 



xa 



1917 



1918 



$ c. 

382 95 
413 03 
475 53 
294 00 



1,565 51 



$ c. 

434 89 

404 27 

2,114 60 

364 00 



3,317 76 



1,052 60 



Power Purchased 

Sub-Stn. Operation 

" " Maint'ce. 

Dist. System, Operation and 

Maintenance j 

Line Transformer M't'c'e. ' 

Meter Maintenance 

Consumers' Premises — Exp. 
Street Light Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of Business . . . 
Billing and Collecting... 
Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. | 
Undistributed Expenses . 
Int. and Deb. Payments, 
Miscellaneous Expenses.. 



30 72 



Total Expenses 
Surplus 



203 24 



1,419 20 
146 31 



Loss 



Depreciation Charge.. 
Surp. Less Depr. Chg. 



115 00 



2,372 44 



37 59 



79 87 



Tilbury 
1,605 



1917 



1918 



$ c. 

1,555 59 

2,038 56 

423 28 

915 00 

2 70 



4,935 13 



2,341 98 



$ c. 
,652 71 
,854 39 
,402 53 

883 75 



5,793 38 



2,669 41 



10 80 



150 61 



238 19 



2,878 70 
439 06 



147 00 



31 31 



292 06 



33 11 



1,037 32 



1,075 29 



4,487 70 
447 43 



290 00 



157 43 



42 00 



1,086 51 
i',05703 



4,865 75 
927 63 



449 00 



478 63 



Tillsonburg 
3,059 



1917 


1918 


$ c. 
5,237 69 
4,758 14 
7,935 07 
2,608 80 
1,365 53 


$ c. 

4,534 89 

5,377 01 

16,717 31 

2,491 90 

736 17 



21,905 23 29,857 28 



10,497 64 17,875 10 
855 77i 821 15 



444 71 



66 20 



197 42 



832 54 
1,216 56 

751 39 
2,539 23 



17,401 46 
4,503 77 



1,940 00 



2,563 77 



626 62 

445 68 

55 97 



552 64 

25 00 

828 96 

822 44 

358 58 

2,380 68 



24,792 82 
5,064 46 



2,239 00 



2,825 46 



" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



153 



"C"— Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending December 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Toronto Township 
xa 


Vaughan 

Tvvp. 
xa 


Victoria Harbor 
xa 

1,542 


Wallace burg 
xb 

4,107 


Walkerville 
5,349 


1917 


1918 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


t 

$ c. 
9,938 55 


t 

$ c. 
13,180 75 


k 

$ c. 
334 57 
124 50 
562 17 
218 16 
424 17 


$ 

666 04 
1,130 48 


$ c. 

735 97 

1,069 34 


$ c. 

6,077 20 

4,259 72 

13,218 75 

3,121 60 

941 56 


$ c. 
6,596 51 
3,895 96 
17,475 36 
3,135 12 
1,214 81 


$ c. 

23,683 25 

15,350 67 

106,594 22 

5,255 29 

1,279 24 


$ c. 
27,570 83 
16,116 67 






101 125 84 






540 00 


540 00 


4,673 98 






2,424 61 












9,938 55 


13,180 75 


1,663 57 


2,336 52 


2,345 31 


27,618 83 


32,317 76 


152,162 67 


151,911 93 


2,506 87 


3,471 01 


718 98 


974 72 


963 94 


13,455 54 

77 91 


19,600 88 
50 06 


105,356 10 

2,280 92 

73 99 

1,147 95 
406 45 
805 01 


95,022 67 
2 547 16 












205 90 


878 81. 


1 , 106 18 


17 95 


66 83 


105 94 


601 83 

16 14 

155 72 


259 49 
196 84 
176 73 


1,559 55 
977 58 












930 75 




















36 00 


38 25 


622 14 


595 16 


1,057 09 


836 74 
























2,652 54 

7,166 96 

3,354 03 

11,131 97 


3,400 03 
6,551 92 
3 981 33 


717 94 


997 54 


169 79 


174 88 


253 23 


2,156 38 

611 94 

4,525 57 


2,829 89 

343 50 

5,187 37 


3,345 64 


4,057 76 


1,205 26 


543 93 


543 93 


12,550 10 




















7,449 26 
2,439 29 


9,632 49 
3,548 26 


2,111 98 


1,796 36 
540 16 


1,905 29 
440 02 


22,223 17 
5,395 66 


29,239 92 
3,077 84 


135,433 01 
16,729 66 


128,563 73 
23,348 20 




448 41 
33 00 




2,125 00 


2,890 00 


250 00 


292 00 


1,752 00 


2,123 00 


6,343 00 


7,384 00 


__364 29 


658 26 


48 r 41 


290 16 


148 02 


3,643 66 


954 84 


10,386 66| 16,014 20 














1 



Italics denote losses. 

" k " 11 months' operation. 

t All revenue rural. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



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No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality 
Population 


Waterloo 
xd 

5,091 


Waterdown 
xa 

696 


Waterford 
xa 

1,027 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


Earnings 
Domestic Light 


$ c. 
6,562 98 
5,097 38 
19,268 17 
5,819 19 
1,424 38 


$ c. 
7,157 81 
4,738 43 
20,613 60 
5,556 80 
2,310 02 


$ c. 
1,317 48 

529 70 
1,232 89: 

590 00 


$ c. 
1,450 47 

529 53 
1,163 48 

600 00 


$ c. 
1,369 35 

807 28 
4,030 85 
1,355 70 

110 17 


$ c. 
1,501 34 

831 42 
3,687 15 
1,372 08 

508 90 


Commercial Light 

Power 


Street Light 


Miscellaneous 


1,818 82! r2,085 27 


Total 


38,172 10 40,376 66 


5,488 89 5,828 75 


7,«73 35 


7,900 89 


Expenses 
Power Purchased 


17,358 42 

967 46 

95 05 

1,816 00 

18 60 
.70 44 


17,429 03 

1,047 45 

54 84 

2,146 99 

44 87 

222 14 


1,597 37 2 08P 14 


3,696 21 


3,790* 


Sub-Stn. Operation 

" " Maint'ce. . . 












::::::.:* 


Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 


216 77 


574 66 


254 94 


247 1 


Line Transformer M't'c'e. . . 


Meter Maintenance 








...m 


Consumers' Premises — Exp. . 








::::.. vM 


Street Light Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of Business 


924 49 


1,161 63 


92 02 


69 60 


180 02 


140 00 


Billing and Collecting 


1,129 69 

3,303 95 

408 97 

4,493 15 


1,'414 85 

3,665 24 

470 76 

4,115 24 










Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 
Undistributed Expenses .... 


400 52 


546 10 


173 45 


420 93 


Int. and Deb. Payments.... 
Miscellaneous Expenses 


1,480 95 


1,419 59 


1,467 39 


1,626 64 
















Total Expenses 

Surplus 


30,586 22 
7,585 88 


31,773 04 
8,603 62 


3,787 63 
1,701 26 


4,699 09 
1,129 66 


5,772 01 
1,901 34 


6,225 80 
1,675 09 


Loss 




Depreciation Charge. . . 


4,175 00 


4,754 00 


884 00 


1,056 00 




241 00 








Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 


3,410 88 


3,849 62 


817 26 


73 66 


1,901 34 


1,434 09 















" r " Rural revenue. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 

xd Hydro, Gas and Water under one Commission. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



155 



I C " — Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Watford 
xa 

1,115 


Waubaashene 
xa 

z 


Wellesley 
xa 

z 


West Lome 
xa 

708 


Williamsburg 
xa 

z 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


191? 


1918 


c 

$ c. 
397 56 
411 89 
362 90 
453 00 


$ c. 
1,544 91 
1,324 56 
1,542 04 
1,570 48 


$ c. 
691 56 
455 62 

36 85 
360 00 


$ c. 
702 19 
494 76 

21 49 
360 00 


$ c. 
642 52 
353 33 

2,784 78 
828 12 


$ c. 

677 43 

415 73 

4,351 11 

750 00 


$ c. 
578 98 
602 00 

l', 286* 63 


$ c. 
759 87 
649 68 

59 38 
1,402 50 


$ c. 
551 07 
280 09 
256 38 
208 00 


$ c. 
547 71 
313 21 
205 51 
208 00 




















1,625 35 


5,981 99 


1,544 03 


1,578 44 


4,608 75 


6,194 27 


2,467 61 


2,871 43 


1,295 54 


1,274 43 


587 06 


2,479 05 


528 16 


498 94 


3,301 02 


4,560 74 


1,230 13 


1,444 19 


612 00 


497 83 




















7 50 


40 35 


57 26 


127 31 


22 64 


9 60 


1 50 


42 75 


134 73 


132 01 










































6 80 


28 80 


17 16 


36 96 




14 25 


8 25 


62 35 


36 00 


16 80 






















58 84 


295 68 


240 20 


299 15 


179 80 


332 62 


230 40 


323 45 


67 81 


62 55 


267 69 


905 35 


305 15 


305 15 


548 31 


636 84 


502 50 


581 18 


220 67 


220 6 7 






















927 89 
697 46 


3,749 23 
2,232 76 


1,147 93 
396 10 


1,267 51 
310 93 


4,051 77 
556 98 


5,554 05 
640 22 


1,972 78 
494 83 


2,453 92 
417 51 


1,071 21 
224 33 


929 86 
344 57 




435 00 


150 00 


170 00 


235 00 


287 00 




286 00 


85 00 


104 00 






697 46 


1,797 76 


246 10 


140 93 


321 98 


353 22 


494 83 


131 51 


139 33 


240 57 























" c " 3 months operation. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 



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No. 49 



STATEMENT 
Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 



Municipality- 
Population 



Earnings 



Domestic Light . . 
Commercial Light 

Power 

Street Light 

Miscellaneous 



Total 



Expenses 



Power Purchased 

Sub-Stn. Operation 

11 Maint'ce... 
Dist. System, Operation and 

Maintenance 

Line Transformer M't'c'e. . . 

Meter Maintenance 

Consumers' Premises — Exp. . 
Street Light ,Sys., Operation 

and Maintenance 

Promotion of Business 

Billing and Collecting 

Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. . . 

Undistributed Expenses 

Int. and Deb. Payments 

Miscellaneous Expenses 



Total Expenses 

Surplus 

Loss 



Depreciation Charge... 
Surp. Less Depr. Chg. . 



Welland 
7,905 



1917 



1918 



$ c. 
5,584 56 
2,034 85 
96,449 82 
5,183 75 
1,599 46 



110,852 44 



80,587 40 

2,763 43 

34 32 

1,660 16 

438 01 

78 19 



601 84 



821 93 

5,308 53 

983 75 

10,663 18 



103,940 74 
6,911 70 



5,660 00 



1,251 70 



$ c. 

7,662 93 

2,593 74 

93,972 63 

4,954 53 

529 94 



109,713 77 



70,340 45 

4,267 95 

376 52 

2,685 79 

295 28 

36 40 



634 57 



847 87 

5,968 98 

1,367 79 

11,880 77 



98,702 37 
11,011 40 



7,799 00 



3,212 40 



xb 



Woodstock 
10,004 



1917 



1918 



$ c. 

12,216 48 

12,573 08 

23,191 47 

7,297 50 

2,132 35 



57,410 88 



26,065 03 

2,243 17 

79 26 

3,111 78 



325 15 



996 47 



1,757 61 
2,747 61 
685 68 
7,281 89 
b 250 00 



45,543 65 
11,867 23 



6,531 60 



5,335 63 



$ c. 

13,901 00 

11,087 25 

24,020 63 

7,128 84 

2,135 12 



58,272 84 



24,737 65 

2,580 54 

402 10 

1,793 52 
209 94 
534 27 



843 32 



2,207 34 
2,837 95 
598 95 
7,319 01 
b 522 ■ 03 



44,586 62 
13,686 22 



6,276 00 
7,410 22 



xb 



Weston 
2,293 



1917 



1918 



$ c. 

5,942 00 

1,467 63 

16,420 90 

3,498 00 

169 01 



27,497 54 



18,504 44 



1,713 71 



201 14 



1,301 53 
2,'i9o'53 



23,917 35 
3,580 19 



1,930 00 



1,650 19 



$ c. 

6,288 15 

1,403 92 

19,578 73 

2,575 82 

584 91 



30.431 53 



18,647 48 



2,447 73 



47 30 



1,506 70 
2*.552'39 



25,201 60 
5,229 93 



2,360 00 



2,869 93 



" b " Patriotic grants. 

xb Hydro and Water Departments under one Commission. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



157 



'* C "—Continued 

Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Windsor 
26,524 


Woodbridge 
xa 

615 


Wyoming 
xa 

526 


1 
1917 1918 


1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


$ 0. 

48,913 80 
21,257 15 
15,362 93 


$ c. 
60,080 51 
21,751 80 
27,574 13 
31,060 36 
1.829 91 


$ c. 

698 53 

579 56 

2,384 67 

972 00 


$ c. 
809 54 
590 37 
2,620 39 
972 00 


$ c. 
658 99 
581 47 


$ c. 
718 62 
593 40 


38,025 51 
6,634 59 


768 00 


768 CO 












130,193 98 1 142,296 71 


4,634 76 


4,992 30 


2,008 46 


2,080 02 


63,579 76 
2,761 25 


64,603 20 

3,051 24 

734 12 

3,526 28 

1,108 22 

694 17 

1,641 78 

9,814 08 
746 52 
7,196 48 
7,623 38 
7,475 62 
20,572 17 


2,538 06 


2,481 87 


1,019 82 


963 90 


554 34 










1,194 00 
127 48 


39 56 


26 58 


36 97 


30 55 


122 20 










739 09 










11,361 50 


135 24 


95 74 




48 21 


1,349 85 






6,254 32 










5,724 04 
5,329 64 


219 86 


256 92 

39 92 

568 10 


161 93 


235 78 


17,491 55 


641 41 


577 97 


556 50 














116,589 02 
13,604 96 


128,787 26 
13,509 45 


3,574 13 
1,060 63 


3,469 13 
1,523 17 


1,796 69 
211 77 


1,834 94 
245 08 


10,721 00 


11,014 80 


360 00 


440 00 


210 00 


295 00 


2,883 96 


2,494 65 


700 63 


1,083 17 

















Italics denote losses. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 



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No 49 



STATEMENT " C "—Concluded 



Comparative Detailed Operating Reports of Electric Departments of Hydro 
Municipalities for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1917 and 1918 



Municipality 
Population 


Winchester 
xa 

1,042 


Woodville 
xa 

z 


Zurich 
xa 
z 





1917 


1918 


1917 


1918 


1918 


Earnings 
Domestic Light 


$ c. 
2,330 67 
1,546 53 

438 22 
1,500 00 


$ c. 
2,595 85 
1,493 85 

382 03 
1,500 00 


$ c. 
689 70 
591 94 
1,072 28 
427 80 


$ c. 
722 80 
535 67 
1.152 77 
427 80 




$ c. 

810 66 


Commercial Light 

Power 

Street Light 

Miscellaneous 


873 86 
3,084 22 
1,500 00 














Total 


5,815 42 


5,971 73 


2,781 72 


2,839 04 


6,268 74 






Expenses 

Power Purchased 

Sub-Stn. Operation 


2,685 68 


2,788 18 


1,932 05 


1,878 42 


4,113 21 


" Maint'ce. 












Dist. System, Operation and 
Maintenance 


484 69 


586 19 


96 82 


353 62 


15 14 


Line Transformer M't'c'e. . 




Meter Maintenance 












Consumers' Premises — Exp. 
Street Light Sys., Operation 
1 and Maintenance ...... 

Promotion of Business . . 












96 42 


50 40 


30 72 


51 84 


97 36 


Billing and Collecting. . 












Gen. Office, Sal. and Exp. 
Undistributed Expenses.. 


444 98 


485 12 
240 70 
777 50 


227 03 


15 94 


250 53 


Int. and Deb. Payments... 
Miscellaneous Expenses . . 


773 70 


275 24 


427 44 


401 36 














Total Expenses 

Surplus 


4,845 47 
1,329 95 


4,928 09 
1,043 64 


2,561 86 
219 86 


2,727 26 
111 78 


4,877 60 
1,391 14 


Loss 




Depreciation Charge.. 


425 00 


489 00 


120 00 


145 00 


227 00 


Surp. Less Depr. Chg. 


904 95 


554 64 


99 86 


33 2 ? 


1,164 14 















Italics denotes losses. 

" o " 14 months' operation. 

" z " Less than 500 population. 

xa Operated by Municipal Council. 



" T-N » 



STATEMENT D 



Showing Comparative Revenue, Number of Consumers, Total Kw-hr. 
Consumption, Domestic and Commercial Light, Average Monthly 
Consumption per Consumer, Average Monthly Bill, and Net Cost 
per Kw-hr. for the years 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917 and 
1918, also Average Horse Power Sold and Average Cost per Horse 
Power per year to Consumers in 1918. 



159 
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STATEMENT "E" 

Street Light Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31st, 1918, showing Cost per Year, 

Cost per Lamp, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality Population 



Number 

of 
Lamps 



Size and 
Style of 
Lamps 



Cost per Lamp 



Total Cost 



Acton 



Ailsa Craig. 
Arthur 



Alliston 



A y liner 



Ayr 

Baden 

Barrie 

Beachville 
Beaver ton 
Beeton . . . 



Blenheim 



Bolton , 

Bothwell 

Brampton 

Brant ford 

Brantford Twp. 

Brechin 

Brigden 



Brock ville 



Burford 
Burgess ville 
Caledonia . . . 
Canningtorj . 



Chatham 



1,570 

462 
1,003 

1.237 

2,119 

780 
050 
6,860 
504 
821 
588 

1,257 

601 

695 

4,023 

26,601 



9,473 



1,236 
746 

13,943 



90 
60 

52 

68 

97 
13 

186 

12 

78 

58 

436 

42 

76 

62 

13 
133 

60 

72 

570 
147 

,867 
10 



9 

52 

9 

36 

51 

495 

44 

19 

90 

70 

69 

83 

667 

31 



80- watt s 
60 '• m 

100 

100 

75 

100 

100 
250 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

300 
100 

100 

100 

100 

Mag. Arcs, s 
100-watt m 
150 " m 



in 

in 

s 
m 

s 
s 

111 

111 

s 
III 

* 

J 

s 
s 

111 

III 

III 



100 
100 



1 It. Stds. m 
3 ' ' m 
5 * ' m 
100-watt m 



100 " 

100 " 

100 " 

100 *' 

500 -watt 

400 •■ 

100 «' 

100 " 



$ c. 
12 50 
12 50 

15 50 
14 00 

17 00 

18 00, 

18 50) 
37 50 ] 

14 00 

11 00 
10 00 

12 00 

13 00 

16 00 

36 50 

15 50 

14 00 

15 50 

7 50 
40 00 

7 50 

9 00 
15 00 

13 00 

20 00 



40 00 ( 
45 00 f 
13 12) 

13 00 

18 50 

12 00 

12 00 

38 00 ^ 
30 00 
12 00 r 
10 00 



$ c. 
1,214 16 

654 88 
951 96 

789 13 

2,100 00 

1 ,092 00 
638 00 

4,596 40 

504 00 

981 94 

82 67 

2,392 00 

816 00 

876 69 

3,625 42 

23,008 81 

333 00 

117 00 

896 00 

8,456 11 

504 70 

351 50 

1,080 00 

837 96 

11,132 64 



** Population not recorded in 
* Not a full year's operation. 



Government statistics, hence no figures were used. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



187 



STATEMENT "E"— Continued 

Street Light Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31st, 1918, showing Cost per Year," 1 
Cost per Lamp, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality Population 



Chatsworth 

Chesley 

dhesterville. 



Clinton .... 

Coldwater . 
Collingwood 

Comber 

Cookstown . , 
Creemore .., 



Number 

of 
Lamps 



1,860 
868 

1.9X1 

617 
7,010 



599 



Delaware 




Dorchester 




Drayton 


613 
1,403 


Dresden 


Drumbo 




Dublin 




Dundas 


4,834 


Dunnville 


3,237 


Dundalk 


750 


Dutton 


X40 


Durham 


1,520 


Embro 


472 


Elmira 


2,065 





26 

98 

62 

4 
,128 

44 

395 

4X 

56 

55 

41 

IX 

27 

60 

111 

30 

35 

3 

6 

2X9 

14 

1 

§ 30 

§§ 24 

lit 5 

27 
193 

62 

95 

90 

43 

154 



Size and 
Style of 
Lamps 



■Cost per Lamp Total Cost 



100-watt m 



100 

100 

100 
75 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

40 
60 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

400 
100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 



s 

in 

in 
s 

m 

s 

m 

s 

m 

m 

m 

in 

s 

s 

m 

m 

m 
in 
in 
m 
in 
m 
in 
m 

s 
s 

m 

m 

s 
m 

in 



§ West Hamilton. §§ Ancaster. §§§ Greensville. 
** Population not recorded so no figures obtainable. 
* Not a full year's operation. 

f Rural revenue causes low cost per capita in town. 



$ c. 
14 00 

13 00 

13 00 

12 50 
12 50 



$ c. 
364 00 

1 ,269 62 

X06 00 



Cost 

per 

Capita 



$ c. 

6X 
93 



1,662 48 


84 


528 00 


86 


3,942 50 


56 


791 99 


** 


476 00 


## 


880 08 


1 46 


922 50 


## 


241 50 


*# 


378 00 


** 


900 00 


* 


1,651 25 


1 19 


420 00 


*# 


560 00 


*•» 



3,447 47 f 71 



65 00 ) 
14 00 j 


3,377 04 


* 


12 00 * 


744 00 


99 


15 50 


1,404 01 


1 67 


12 00 


1,080 00 


71 


14 00 


678 77 


1 44 


12 00 


1,848 00 


90 



188 



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No. 49 



STATEMENT "E"— Continued 

Street Light Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31st, 1918, showing Cost per Year, 

Cost per Lamp, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Eltnwood 

Elmvale 

Elora 

Etobieoke ; Townp. 

Exeter 



Fergus . . . 
Flesherton 



Forest 



Gait. 



Georgetown 



Goderich 



Grand Valley 

Granton 

Graven hurst 



Guelph 



Hagersville . . 



Hamilton 



Hanover 



Population 



Number Size and 
of Style of 

Lamps I Lamps 



1,005 



1,504 

1,679 
428 

1,421 



11,920 



1,054 



4,553 



586 



1,600 



16,022 



1,058 



100,461 



3,310 



23 

52 

80 

221 

23 
152 

133 

44 

13 

33 

137 

78 
115 
191 

22 
883 

160 
12 

16 

8 

8 

32 

275 

51 

32 

123 
15 

4 

136 

1,039 

8 

100 

220 

167 

595 

2,612 

10 

4 

10 
5 

101 
12 



150-watt 
100 ' ' 
100 «« 
100 " 

250 «' 

100 •« 



100 " 

150 " 

100 " 
100 " 

60 •■ 

500 " 

300 " 

100 " 

4 It. Stds. 

75-watt 

100 " 

Glenwilliam 

3 It. Stds. 
1 
1 

100-watt 
60 " 

100 " 

100 " 

75 " 
Dock 

1,000 watt 
200 " 
100 " 
50 " 

100 " 

500-watt 

250 " 

200 •■ 

100 " 

150 y 

60 " 

40 •* 

300 " 

100-watt 
100 «* 



Cost 

per 

Lamp 



Total Cost 



$ c. 
16 50 

12 00 

12 50 

14 00 

27 00 
14 00 

12 50 

11 50 

20 00 
18 00 

13 50 

35 50. 

28 50 
11 00 I 
25 00 

8 00J 

11 00) 

12 00 } 

50 00 . 
85 00 ) 
25 00 V 



14 00 

14 00 

15 00 

10 00 
10 00 



8 00 



12 00 



40 00 
12 00 
12 00 

7 20 



m 

m 

m 

m| 

mh 

m \ special 

mlj 

m 15 00 



18 00 
18 00 



$ c. 
253 04 

624 00 

1,000 00 

4,081 73 

2,700 28 

1,637 56 
504 00 

2,410 01 



14,389 35 
1,566 02 

5,129 76 

714 00 

480 00 

1,122 12 

9,132 13 

1,200 00 

67,316 16 
965 46 



! Cost 

per 

Capita 



** Population not recorded in Government statistics 
* Not a full year's operation. 



hence no figures were used. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



189 



STATEMENT "E"— Continued 

Street Light Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31st, 1918, showing Cost per Year, 

Cost per Lamp, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 
Lamps 



Size and 
Style of 
Lamps 



Cost per Lamp 



Total Cost 



Cos I 

per 

Capita 



Harriston 
Hensall . . 



Hespeler. 

Highgate 
Holstein. 



Huntsvillc 



Ingersoll 
Kingston , 

Kitchener 

Lambeth , 
Lis towel. , 



London 



Lucan 

Lynden ., 
Markdale , 

Midland . . 



Milton. .. 
Milverton , 
Mimico . . , 
Mitchell . , 



1,563 
717 

2,886 



2,135 

5,300 
22,265 

19,380 



2,291 



57,301 



643 



904 

7,109 

1,947 

929 

2,004 

1,656 



61 

63 

18 
129 

43 

12 

28 
40 
30 
12 

26 

223 

67 



9 
,498 

35 
95 

30 

26 
222 



18 
22 

194 

2,544 

104 

28 

66 

30 

65 

16 
284 

183 

89 

160 

157 



75- watt 

100 " 

200 " 

100 " 

100 " 

150 " 

400 " 

150 " 

100 " 

60 " 

500 " 

75 " 

60 " 



5 00 -watt m 

100 

100 

100 



100 

350 
60 

400 
300 
200 
75 
500 
100 

100 

100 

100 

750 
100 

100 

100 

100 

60 



$ c. 
16 50 

15 00 

18 00 

13 00 

16 50 
15 50 

30 00 

14 00 
11 00 
11 00 

35 00 
11 00 
10 50 



33 00 ) 
9 00 ! 
9 90 ( 
9 00) 

14 00 

30 00 ) 
12 50 j 

26 00) 
20 00 
16 00 I 
10 00 ( 
45 00 
12 00 

15 00 
12 00 
10 50 

40 00 

10 00 

11 00 

12 50 

11 00 

12 00 



$ c. 
1,006 50 

896 56 

2,001 00 

676 50 
186 00 

1,860 00 

4,141 84 
20,015 00 

14,334 74 

433 10 
3,211 24 

29,482 78 

990 00 
360 00 
685 00 

3,509 50 

1,922 13 
1,108 36 
1,780 43 
2,005 00 



$ c. 
64 

1 25 
69 



78 
90 

74 

140 

51 

1 54 

** 

76 
49 

99 
1 19 

89 
1 21 



** Population not recorded in Government statistics. 



190 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT "E"— Continued 

Street Light Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31st, 1918, showing Cost per Year, 

Cost per Lamp, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality Population 



Mooretield 

Mount Bridges 
Mount Forest. 
New Hamburg , 
New Toronto. . , 



Niagara Falls 



Norwich 

Oil Springs, 
Ouiemee 



Orangeville, 



Ottawa 



Otterville. 



Owen Sound, 



Palmerston 

Paris 

Penetang . . 
Peterboro' . 



Petrolia .... 
Plattsville . 
Port Arthur 



1,871 
1,31)8 
1,423 

11,715 

1,093 
537 



2,381 



100,561 



11,819 

1,843 

4,447 

3,672 

19,816 

3,047 



Number 

of 
Lamps 



23 

38 
171 
212 

70 

101 
18 
623 
I 16 

f 15 

45 

( 53 

39 

f 32 

I 10 

f 55 
X 87 

( 159 

I 692 

J 92 

) 462 

| 2,870 

( 335 

20 

( 48 
I 34 

{ 412 
34 
( 159 



15,224 



24 
136 

32 

( 1,692 

33 

( 764 



Size and 
Style of 
Lamps 



100-watt m 



100 " 

100 ' ' 

100 ' ' 

100 ' ' 

650 ' « 
arcs 

150-watt 

100 " 

400 " 

100 ' ' 

60 " 

100 ' ' 

100 ' ' 

250 " 

150 " 

100 ' « 

arcs 

400-watt 

250 '« 

75 " 

100 " 

100 " 



100 

400 
200 
100 
200 
100 



106 

f 375 
I 41 

173 



75 
100 



75 



102 i magnetites s 
1,032 60-watt s 



600- watt s 

150 " s 

100 ' ' m 

100 " m 

100 « ' m 

60 " m 



Cost 

per 

Lamp 

$ c. 

19 00 

14 00 
12 00 

8 50 

12 00 

45 00 ) 
45 00 ( 

1 1 00 ( 

12 00 j 
42 00 ) 
10 50 \ 

!) 00 j 
18 50 

16 00) 
36 00 j 

15 00) 

12 00 ] 

45 00 ) 
45 00 | 
35 00 { 
10 00 
48c. per ft. 
6 00) 

17 00 



15 00 

11 00 

11 00 

12 oa 

50 50 
9 00 

55 00 ( 
15 50 -j 

17 00 

7 487 ) 
5 662 
4 78 J 



Total Cost 



$ c. 
348 25 

532 00 
1,710 00 
1,827 00 

820 00 

12,228 32 

1,588 50 
678 36 
630 00 

1.856 50 



58,696 69 



338 00 



1,590 00 

3,896 80 

2,131 00 

14,353 93 

3,163 30 

536 13 

15,750 27 



Cost 

per 

Capita 



$ c. 



91 
1 31 

58 

1 04 
1 45 



78 



7,230 00 61 



86 
87 
58 
72 

104 
104 



** Population not recorded. 
t Replaced by ornamental lamps but still charged as city's share of ornamental 

lighting. 
* Not a full year's operation. 



1919 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



191 



STATEMENT "E"— Continued 

Street Light Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31st, 1918, showing Cost per Year, 

Cost per Lamp, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality- 



Port Credit 
Port Dalhousie. 
Port McNicoll . 



Port Stanley 
Prescott .... 

Preston 

Princeton ... 
Kidgetown .. 

Rock wood . . . 



Rodney ........ 

St. Catharines., 
St. George. .... 

St. Jacob's.... , 



St. Marys . 
St. Thomas 
Sarnia .... 



Scarboro' Twp. 



Seaf orth . 



Shelburne 
Simcoe ... 



Smith's Falls. 
Springfield. ... 



I Number 
Population of 

Lamps 



1.176 
1,318 



2,630 
4,949 



2,080 



626 
17,917 



3,960 
17,216 
12,323 



2,075 

1,018 

4,032 

6,115 
422 



98 
85 

28 

111 
36 

400 

47 
225 

20 

17 
130 

43 
5 

76 

2.112 

33 

40 

45 
205 

113 
1,038 

78 
622 

23 
44 
29 

60 
70 
10 

91 

27 
230 

200 
50 

40 



Size and 

Style of Cost per Lamp 
Lamps 



100-watt m 


100 ' 


m 


100 « 


m 


100 ' 


m 


100 ■ 


m 


100 ' 


m 


60 ' 


s 


100 ' 


s 


100 ' 


m 


200 ' 


s 


100 ' 


s 


100 ' 


m 


60 ' 


m 


100 ' 


m 


100 « 


m 


100 ' 


m 


100 ' 


m 


150 ' 


s 


75 ' 


s 


500 ' 


s 


75 ; 


s 


650 ' 


s 


100 ' 


s 


100 ' 


' m 


100 ' 


s 


100 * 


s 


100 ' 


s 


80 ' 


s 


80 ' 


s 


100 ' 


s 


400 ' 


s 


100 « 


s 


100 ' 


m 


200 « 


m 


100-wa 


tt m 



Total Cost 



$ c. 

11 00 

10 00 

12 00 

13 00} 
6 50 



12 00 

11 00 

17 00 

37 CO 

18 00 

12 00 
12 00 

16 50 

7 50 

15 00 

15 00 



25 00 
13 00 } i 

37 50 ) 

9 50 ] 



50 00 
15 00 



18 00 ) 
16 00 > 
18 00 j 



15 00) 

12 00 

13 00 



12 00 

38 00 
14 00 

16 00 
21 00 

20 00 



i 



$ c. 
1,075 00 

850 00 

336 00 

1,440 00 

2,500 00 

3,136 96 

340 00 

2,969 04 

528 00 

999 00 

13,870 70 

495 00 

600 00 

5,399 00 
13,051 93 
12,725 64 

138 00 

1,883 00 

1,092 00 

3,334 96 

3,895 86 
800 00 



Cost 

per 

Capita 



$c. 
91 

60 

** 

II 

95 
63 



143 



160 
81 



136 

76 

103 



91 

107 

83 

64 
1 90 



** Population not recorded. 
|| On account of large summer population, figures are not representative. 
14 h. (ii) 



192 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF XHE 



No. 49 



STATEMENT " E "—Continued 

Street Light Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31st, 1918, showing Cost per Year, 
Cost per Lamp, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 
Lamps 



Size and 

Style of 

Lamps 



Cost per Eamp 



Total Cost 



per 
Capita 



Stamford Twp 
Strath roy 



Stratford 



Stayner 



Sunderland . 
Tara 

Tavistock .. 
Thamesford 
Thamesville 
Thorndale . . 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg . 



Toronto 



Vaughan Twp.. 
Victoria Harbor 



Walkerville. 



Wallace burg 

Waterdown . 
Waterford . . 



Waterloo 



2,816 



17,371 



990 



974 



742 



1,605 
3,059 



460,526 



1,542 
5,349 

4,107 

696 
1,027 

5,091 



32 

283 

11 

5 

173 

762 

15 
51 

27 

64 

91 

34 

71 

26 

61 

241 

4 

6 

43,135 

91 

12 

198 

33 

3 

452 

14 

60 

698 
|104 
t 20 

28 
170 

60 

93 

44 

8 
14 
38 

388 



100-watt m 



250 
100 

500 
500 
500 
100 

100 
60 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 



80 " 

50 " 

60 " 

100 " 

150 " 

200 " 

250 " 

500 " 

1,000 " 

5 It. Stds. 

100 ;i 

100 " 

60 " 

100 " 

60 " 

250 " 

60 " 

100 " 

100 " 



m 



m 



5 It. Stds. m 
3 m 

150-watt m 
100 " m 
75 " m 



$ c. 

8 00 

23 00 
14 00 

50 00) 
40 00 I 
45 00 
10 00) 

12 00) 

9 00 j 

13 00 
16 00 
16 00 

14 00 

15 00 
14 00 



15 00 



11 

6 

4 

7 00 to 10 

12 00tol3 

12 00tol6 

20 00 to 23 

45 00to52 

90 

47 

17 



00 
00) 
80 | 
20 | 
50 | 
00 } 
00 i 
50 
00 
50) 
00 



9 00 

5 50) 
12 00 } 

12 00) 

30 00 

13 50 

10 00 

14 00 

40 00) 

25 00 | 

10 50 

8 75 

8 75) 



$ c. 
961 87 



4,698 12 
13,187 04 

687 75 

324 16 
938 67 

1,422 65 
476 00 
955 75 
364 00 
883 75 

2,491 90 

300,593 05 

218 16 
540 00 

4,673 98 

3,135 12 

600 00 
1,372 08 

5.556 80 



** Population 
t Ford City. 
t Tecumseh. 



not recorded in Government statistics. 



1919 



HYJ>RO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



193 



STATEMENT " E —Concluded 

Street Light Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31st, 1918, showing Cost per Year, 

Cost per Lamp, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 
Lamps 



Size and 

Style of 

Lamps 



Cost per Lamp 





1 


100-watt 
60 " 


m 
m 


100 " 


m 


o o o 

LO O O 

IM rH rH 


m 
m 
m 


100 " 


m 


100 " 


m 


75 " s 

51t.Stds.rn 
100 " s 


100 " 


m 


500 " 

250 " 

75 " 


s 

s 
s 


100-watt 


m 


100 " 


m 


250 " 

100 " 

100 «' 

60 " 


s 

s 

m 

m 


100 " 


m 


100 " 


m 


100 " 


m 



Cost 
Total Cost per 
Capita 



Watford 

Waubaushene 

Welland 

Wellesley 
West Lome .. 

Weston 

Winchester . . 



Windsor. 



Williamsburg 
Woodbridge . . 



Woodstock , 



Woodville, 
Wyoming 
Zurich . . . 



1,115 



7,905 



708 
2,283 
1,042 

26,524 



615 

10,004 

357 
526 



85 
3 

30 

102 
357 

ft 16 
50 

85 

211 

8 
*f26 

115 

282 

21 

2,017 

17 

75 

50 
407 
103 
172 

33 

48 
60 



$ c. - 
18 50) 
13 50 j 


12 00 


18 00) 

9 00 > 

11 00) 


15 00 


16 50 


12 00) 
40 00 } 
15 00) 


13 00 


50 00) 
24 00 } 
12 00) 


12 25 


13 00 


24 00) 
9 00 I 
9 00 f 
9 00) 


13 00 


16 00 


20 00 



$ c. 
1,570 48 

360 00 

4,954 53 

750 00 
1,402 50 

2,575 82 

1,500 00 

31,060 36 

208 00 
972 00 

7,128 84 

427 80 

768 00 
1,500 00 



$ c. 
1 41 



63 
** 

1 98 
1 13 
1 44 



1 58 

71 

1 20 
1 46 



** Population not recorded in Government statistics. 
ft Pt. Robinson. 
= York Township. 
*t Etobicoke Township. 
* Does not include fixed charges on proportion of ornamental s'stem financed with 
local improvement debentures. 



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